Ingvill Helland Göller is associate professor at the Department of Law at the University of Agder's School of Business and Law. She holds a PhD from the University of Bergen in the field of human rights and comparative law, where she also completed her Norwegian law degree (cand.jur.).
Helland Göller's research focuses primarily on legal method, constitutional law and human rights in a comparative perspective, with a particular focus on Norwegian and German law. At the moment, she is focussing her reserarch on the synergy of legal method and constitutional law.
Helland Göller has an extensive international network. She is a member of the German Association for Comparative Law (Gesellschaft für Rechtsvergleichung), as well as the Rule of Law-project (Rettsstatsprosjektet) and the research group for legal cultures at the University of Bergen.
She has been published in anthologies and journals nationally and internationally.
Helland Göller has previously worked at the University of Bergen Faculty of Law as an assistant professor, PhD student, researcher and post.doc. She has also been a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for international law in Heidelberg (Germany) and a trainee at the European Court of Human Rights.
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