The Faculty of Law
is governed by the Faculty Board and headed by the Dean. The
Faculty Board has two standing committees for research and education.
The Department of Law runs the business and is in charge of
the operations.The Faculty Board decides on the
Department’s budgetary matters and determines the minimum
of working results in the form of the number of credit
points that must be attained each year by the Department.
The Board has to monitor and evaluate the aforementioned
results obtained by the Department.
activities – research and education – are conducted by
the Department of Law. The Department is directed by the
Head of Department and a Deputy Head. The Head of Department
leads and allocates departmental work. Following the
decision of the University Board, the Head of Department is
responsible for the budget, as well as the Department’s
organisation and staff. The Department of Law is
governed by the Department Board. The Board issues
guidelines concerning, for example, teaching and
up the budget, and handles similar matters.
structure of Stockholm University’s Law Faculty and
Department of Law is based on the simple idea that powers and
responsibilities shall be distributed among a number of
persons and bodies. One advantage of such organisation is
that it stimulates involvement of a large number of
co-workers in the internal decision-making process.