Legal Research

Public & Private Law. EU National & International Law. Comparative Research.

Christine Nikander is an experienced legal researcher. She has conducted legal research while at University, while employed at a large law firm, for multiple NGOs and think tanks, and for social enterprises.

At University and for NGOs and think tanks, Christine has conducted extensive research on human environmental rights, on the environmental liability of corporate entities, on the international law applicable to the transboundary movement of electronic waste, on circular economy policy and law, as well as on corporate social responsibility under the law.


For the private sector and for social enterprises, Christine has done research on EU law, on competition law, on the enforcement of arbitral decisions, on document production in international arbitration, on copyright and other intellectual property rights, as well as on the scope of judicial and political immunity under public international law.

Christine studied law in the Netherlands, the UK, and Finland. She is specialized in EU, comparative European, and international law. Conducting comparative legal research is hence something that comes easy to her. Moreover, she enjoys combining her training in public law and her work experience in corporate law in her research.


Christine's background provides her with a unique and well-rounded perspective when conducting legal research. To find out more about the legal services that Christine provides, follow the link below.

 
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