Ruth Nordström, LL.M, gained her Master’s degree from Uppsala University, Sweden having specialized in criminal law and human rights. She is the President and Chief Lawyer of Scandinavian Human Rights Lawyers (SHRL), a non-governmental organization and law firm dedicated to promote and defend human rights in Scandinavia and Europe. SHRL have provided legal assistance in several high profile cases regarding human rights and the organization is a member of the EU Platform for Human Rights. SHRL have extensive expertise in human rights law, are often engaged in cases concerning human rights and have a large network of lawyers in Scandinavia, Europe and globally. SHRL also organize lectures, seminars, training events and participate in the public debate concerning human rights. SHRL prioritizes social and ethical responsibility in the society the work is based on Christian values and ethics, human dignity and the principles of natural law.
Ruth Nordström has previously studied media- and communications, leadership and organizational development at Mittuniversitet in Sweden. She has former work experience from the Administrative Court of Uppsala Sweden and the Swedish Ministry of Justice. Ruth Nordström and her husband have three children
Master of Laws (LL.M.) Stockholm University. Specialized in Human rights, EU law and Migration law
Head of Administation & Financial Manager EU Projects
Law School Uppsala University
In collaboration with
Attorney, mediator CEDR, Law Firm Jörgen Olson
Construction and real estate law, business law and as a consultant to entrepreneurs, as well as family law areas.
Jörgen is often engaged as counsel, division registrar, mediator but also as public counsel in social justice and migration law.
Lawyer, specialized on labor law
Carl Falck has previously worked as a labor law expert in several different unions, such as the Teachers’ Union and SULF, Sweden’s university teachers and researchers and is now working as a lawyer consultant through the firm Högskolans Juridik.
Adjunct professor of labor law at the Stockholm School of Economics
Professor emeritus in labor law at Lund University.
Has worked with religious freedom and published the book Bed och arbeta.
International Law, commercial litigation and arbitration
Internship at the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, OECD.
Master of Laws Stockholm University, specializing in human rights and international criminal law. Also working at the law firm Jörgen Olson.
University of Lapland, Finland
Refugee law and human rights,
Master of Laws (LL.M.), Uppsala University, specialised in Migrations law, Legal psychology and Religious freedom
Currently working as a Law Clerk
Master of Laws from Uppsala University, currently working with migration- and asylum law as a Case Officer at Migration Authority