The Research Team
The project involves five researchers, each responsible for the analysis of the supreme court(s) of a given Nordic country, plus a statistician, who carries out the statistical analysis.
Åsa Elmerot, Senior Lecturer, Örebro University, PhD in Constitutional Law (Uppsala University), Sweden. She examines the reasoning practice of the two Swedish supreme courts: Högsta domstolen and Högsta förvaltningsdomstolen.
Morten Nadim, PhD (University of Bergen), practicing law at Advokatfirmaet Wiersholm AS, and associate at the University of Oslo, Norway. He focuses on the Norwegian Høgsterett.
Haukur Logi Karlsson, Post-doctoral fellow, University of Iceland, PhD (European University Institute). He studies the Icelandic Hæstiréttur.
Maija Dahlberg, Senior Lecturer, University of Eastern Finland, PhD (University of Eastern Finland), Finland. She studies the reasoning practice of the two Finnish supreme courts: Korkein oikeus and Korkein hallinto-oikeus.
Helle Krunke, Professor of Law, PhD, University of Copenhagen, Centre for European and Comparative Legal Studies, Denmark. She analyses the leading constitutional cases of the Danish Højesteret.
Nicklas Pettersson, Senior Lecturer, Örebro University, PhD (Stockholm University), Sweden. He is the project’s statistician.
The Advisory Board’s members act as expert advisors in the project, giving their contribution to theoretical and methodological discussions:
Adrienne Stone, PhD, Professor of Law, Director of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies (Melbourne Law School, Australia), President of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL-AICD). She was also the author of the Australian chapter in the CONREASON Project, this project’s parent project.
Johanna Fröhlich, LL.M., PhD, Research Assistant Professor (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile). She is the principal investigator of the CORE Latam Project, a Latin American follow-up of the CONREASON project.
Ragnhildur Helgadóttir, LL.M., PhD, Professor of Law (University of Reykjavik, Iceland). She is the author of many books and articles in the field of Nordic constitutional law.
Joakim Nergelius, PhD, Professor of Law (Örebro University, Sweden). He is the author of many books and articles in the field of comparative constitutional law.