CELAM), a research center at the University of Gothenburg which conducts, supports and disseminates research about mental disorders, aggressive behavior and moral and legal responsibility in an interdisciplinary framework.
Bennet’s dissertation studies the cognitive prerequisites for criminal responsibility in Swedish criminal law. The project investigates how concepts and ideas regarding criminal responsibility, such as intent, ‘insight,’ and awareness, are interpreted and applied in legal theory and practice as well as in forensic psychiatric expert opinions. Her research interests concern the interface between criminal law, philosophy and psychiatry. She has published papers on legal insanity, medical expert opinions in international criminal law, and delusions and criminal responsibility.
- A PhD dissertation defence of interest in Philosophy of Law at Stockholm University on October 12, 2018: Jasmina Nedevska Törnqvist, Why Care About Future People’s Environment?
- Conference at Stockholm University, November 13-15, 2018 (information in Swedish), in regard to the forthcoming book The Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism
- Moa Lidén defends her PhD dissertation Confirmation Bias in Criminal Cases in Uppsala on September 28, 2018..
- (NB cancelled, see announcement above) Next IVR World Congress is scheduled to be held in Istanbul 17-21 July 2017. IVR Sweden has issued a communication that has been sent to the International IVR.