EALT). He is a member of the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of Uppsala (KVSU) and has published articles in Swedish, English, Chinese, Spanish and German.
Frändberg sharply distinguishes between law and jurisprudence and has set himself the task of investigating the normative and intellectual foundations of juridical thinking. The result of the latter is presented in his recent work From Rechtsstaat to Universal Law-State. An Essay in Philosophical Jurisprudence (Springer, 2014). Studies into the former are found in his dissertation as well as in Rättsregel och rättsval [The Concept 'Legal Rule' and Choice of Applicable Rule]. Om rättsliga regel- och systemkonflikter i tid och rum (Norstedts, 1984) and Rättsordningens idé [The Idea of a Legal Order]. En antologi i allmän rättslära (Iustus, 2005). He has co-edited the anthology Rättsteoretiska klassiker [Classics of Legal Theory] (Thales, 1988), a collection of classical texts chosen, translated, introduced and with commentaries by members of the higher seminar in jurisprudence at Uppsala University.
Frändberg is currently engaged in summarizing and developing his views in The Legal Order. Studies in the Foundations of Juridical Thinking, which is due in the fall of 2015.
- 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.