Presented by the Law Library, University of Oslo Library
Domus Juridica, University of Oslo
16. – 20. June 2024
Oslo, Norway’s capital and largest city, was initially founded as a market town by viking king Harald Hardråde in 1048 AD. In 1624, during Norway’s union with Denmark (1537-1814) the old town was almost completely destroyed by a fire. This lead to the construction of a new city closer to Akershus Fortress, which was named Christiania in honor of King Christian IV. In 1925 the city incorporated the old market town area, and retook its old name, Oslo. In 1948 Oslo merged with the neighboring municipality Aker, thus creating the modern, and significantly expanded, Oslo municipality.
This edition of the IALL annual course will take you on a journey through 1000 years, from the vikings and their legal system and how it developed into the legal system we have today.
The conference venue is located on the campus of the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo, in the middle of the city center. The Royal Palace, the Storting and the Supreme Court are within a short walking distance.
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