My research straddles the gap between academic research and lighter white papers, and seeks to fill by being more rigorous and ambitious than regular white papers but also more agile and practically applicable than academic research.
Bridging the Gap for Female Attorneys
Focused, calm and effective
Diversity and Inclusion in Law Firms
Bridging the Gap from Law School to Law Firm
Client Psychology – The Art and Science of Managing Difficult Clients
Hur är det – egentligen – att arbeta som bolagsjurist?
Study Of Swedish Lawyers‘ Work Situation
The empirical case for corporate based mindfulness training in law firms
Gender Equality survey of six law firms, Fall 2022
Årets Advokatbyrå, Branschrapporten 2022/23 (Regi, expert and commentator)
Partnerstudien, Årets Advokatbyrå 2022 (Regi, expert and commentator)
Future of the Legal Profession 2022 (Karnov Group, expert and commentator)
Study of clients’ impact on gender equality in law firms (study in Swedish)
Study of 800+ Swedish law students: well-being & motivation under the pandemic 2021
Study of Finnish Lawyers Under the Pandemic.National survey in collaboration with the Finnish Bar Association. 2021-2022.
Study of influence of gender on buying legal services from law firms. 2021-2022.
Leadership, Well-Being, Productivity, and Law Firm Service Satisfaction in Nordic Legal Teams (initiated August 2020, ongoing), quantitative and qualitative survey, in collaboration with the Stockholm School of Economics.
The Future of the Legal Profession. (Providing commentary)
Well-Being, Productivity, and Law Firm Service Satisfaction in Swedish Corporate Counsels (initiated June 2020, ongoing), quantitative and qualitative survey in collaboration with the Stockholm School of Economics.
Leadership, Well-Being, and Productivity in 12 Business Law Firms in Four Nordic Countries under covid-19 (concluded, September 2020), in collaboration with the Stockholm School of Economics.
Tracking Well-being in a Major Business Law Firm under covid-19 (concluded, June 2020).
Impact of Imposed Remote Working in a Law firm due to the Covid-19 virus – a qualitative study (concluded, April 2020).
Leadership in Professional Services (concluded September, 2020).
The Resilient Associate Project (concluded December, 2019), study at three major business law firms.
Research Review of the Effects of Corporate Mindfulness in Law firms in collaboration with Potential Project.
Levelling the playing field for female lawyers in law firms and assessing stress in associates (Fall 2019, concluded).
Quantitative assessment of stress in inhouse lawyers (2019) in collaboration with the Swedish Company Lawyers’ Association (concluded).
International study of inhouse lawyers in collaboration with Thomson Reuters (Spring 2020): gender based patterns of stress (concluded).
Assessing sexual harassment and discrimination based on gender at law firms firms (concluded April, 2019).
National study of Swedish lawyers: stress and efficacy factors (2017, concluded) in collaboration with the Swedish Bar Association.
National study of Swedish lawyers: stress and efficacy factors (2005, concluded) in collaboration with the Swedish Bar Association.
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