Professor of Professional Ethics Anne Ruth Mackor has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Lund University in Sweden. Mackor received the honorary doctorate partly for her research on models of evidence in criminal law and the role of scenarios therein.
The honorary doctorate was awarded by Lund University (Sweden) in December 2019. In May 2020, the official ceremonies were to take place, but they were postponed to this year due to COVID-19. On May 27th and 28th the festivities took place online.
On Thursday 27th May, Prof. Christian Dahlman pronounced the laudatory speech and Prof. Mackor delivered a speech. The official ceremony took place on the 28th of May and could be followed via a livestream. The livestream can be viewed again.
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