Magnus Strand

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor at Department of Business Studies

+4618-471 1242
Visiting address:
Kyrkogårdsgatan 10, ingång C
751 20 UPPSALA
Postal address:
Box 513
751 20 UPPSALA

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Director of research in the law and business unit at the Department of Business Studies

Project leader for a research project on the use of artificial intelligence in the financial markets (FinTech) and initiator of another (RegTech). These projects are funded by WASP-HS.

General research background in commercial EU law and civil law. Publications mainly concern issues that may arise in the interface of EU law and national law.

Proinspektor at Kalmar nation.

Academic merits: LL.D., Docent

Director of research, Dept of Business Studies Commercial Law Sector, Uppsala University, 2021-

Member of the Faculty of Social Sciences board of education, Uppsala University, 2020-

Director of studies, Dept of Business Studies Commercial Law Sector, Uppsala University, 2016-2020

Part-time Professor, European University Institute (Florence), 2019-2020

Associate Professor of European Law, Uppsala University, 2018

Senior lecturer in Commercial Law, Dept of Business Studies, Uppsala University, 2016-

Junior lecturer, Uppsala University, 2015

Doctor of Laws, Uppsala University, 2015

Master of Laws, Lund University, 2006

Bachelor of Arts, Uppsala University, 2006

Member of the board of the Swedish Network for European Legal Studies 2012-2015

Coordinator for Uppsala University participation in the European Law Moot Court Competition 2008-2012

Associate at the Uppsala office of Advokatfirman Lindahl Law Firm 2006 - 2008

AI and the Financial Markets: Accountability and Risk Management with Legal Tools (project leader)

AI-based RegTech (project leader)

A Centralisation of Rulemaking in Europe? The Legal and Political Governance of the Financial Market (part-time professor, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI)

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Magnus Strand