Ragnhild Hennum

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Ragnhild Hennum was born on 11 June, 1967. Discover Ragnhild Hennum’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Born11 June 1967
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Timeline of Ragnhild Hennum

2017

Hennum has been chair of the board of the University of Oslo’s subsidiary company Unirand, a board member of Oslo Science Park and a deputy member of the board of the legal information service Lovdata. She is chair of the board of Oslo Women’s Shelter. In 2017 she was elected President of the Norwegian Women’s Lobby.

2015

She chaired the Royal Commission on Compensation for Victims of Violence (Voldsoffererstatningsutvalget), appointed by the King-in-Council in 2015, which presented Norwegian Official Report 2016: 9 Rettferdig og forutsigbar – voldsskadeerstatning and proposed a new statute on compensation for victims of violence. She was a member of the Royal Commission on Rape (Voldtektsutvalget) appointed in 2006 and the Royal Commission on the Use of Juries in Criminal Proceedings (Juryutvalget) appointed in 2010.

1991

Hennum earned her cand.jur. (LL.M.) degree at the University of Oslo in 1991 and her doctorate at the same university in 1999. She was employed by the University of Oslo Faculty of Law as a researcher, research fellow, postdoctoral fellow and assistant professor from 1992 to 2003. She became Associate Professor of Public Law in 2004 and Professor of Public Law in 2007, both at the Department of Public and International Law. In 2009 she was appointed by newly elected Rector Ole Petter Ottersen as Vice-Rector of the university, and continued in this office following Ottersen’s reelection in 2013; in 2014 she became Pro-Rector, the deputy of the Rector and the university’s second highest official. In 2018 she became Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.

1967

Ragnhild Helene Hennum (born 11 June 1967) is a Norwegian jurist, academic administrator and women’s rights leader. She is Professor of Public Law at the University of Oslo Faculty of Law and Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights. Hennum served as Pro-Rector of the University of Oslo, the university’s second highest official, 2014–2017. She previously served as the university’s Vice-Rector 2009–2014. Hennum’s research fields are criminal law, criminal procedure and sociology of law, and she is a specialist on child sexual abuse, sexual violence in general and forced marriage. She is President of the Norwegian Women’s Lobby, the umbrella organisation for the Norwegian women’s movement.