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David Ryffé

Doctoral student

David Ryffé
Doctoral student
+46 31 786 1529

Room number: C420
Postal Address: Box 650, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 41124 Göteborg

Department of Law (More Information)
Box 650
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 411 24 Göteborg

About David Ryffé

Doctoral student in Public Law. Thesis project: Norms and rights in Swedish primary school
Main supervisor Sara Stendahl

Former researching journalist who changed methods when taking on law school instead. Began my working career in law by writing articles though, but then took a position as lawyer at the School inspectorate where I stayed for about three years. A change of perspective took place when I stayed in the Educational law area but employed by a public law firm, before returning to my old university for a Phd. Even though I mainly do research in the educational legal field, most questions related to public law interests me. Currently I am involved in projects about social sustainability and the right for EU immigrants to attend school.

Research areas

  • Educational law, Public law, Social law, jurisprudence

Teaching areas

  • Educational law, Public law, Social law, HR

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Educational Law in Sweden - A whole lot of law
David Ryffé
The Yearbook of Education Law 2018, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book


Likvärdighet genom särskilt stöd
David Ryffé
Scheutz, S. (red). (2017). En likvärdig skola för alla, Uppsala, Iustus, Chapter in book 2017
Chapter in book

Ensuring the Right to Education for Roma Children: an Anglo-Swedish Perspective
Neville Harris, David Ryffé, Lisa Scullion, Sara Stendahl
International Journal of Law Policy and the Family, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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