Erasmus School of Law

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You can’t keep adjudication out of politics (and vice versa)

Adjudication by definition cannot be apolitical, argues Maurits Helmich of Erasmus School Law in his dissertation.

Leading authority on ESG, Prof. Robert G. Eccles, presents Piet Sanders Lecture

The second Keynote in the Piet Sanders Lecture Series will be given by Robert G. Eccles.

What should a bank know about us?

The financial sector sees many decisions now being made by computers based on big data and artificial intelligence. What does that mean for us?

Photoshopping a Nazi flag; insult or freedom of speech?

Joost Nan, Professor of Criminal (Procedural) Law, explains the possible consequences of the Nazi tweet by a member of parliament directed at Minister Kuipers.

Patagonia’s share in the fight against climate change

Sigrid Hemels, Professor of Tax Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains that Patagonia is not the first company to be controlled by a charity.

“Invest now in modern social security for everyone”

Ruben Houweling, Professor of Labour Law at Erasmus School of Law, pleads for equal social security for employees and self-employed workers.

Fourth cohort of IMARC students kicked off

On the first day of the new academic year, the fourth cohort of IMARC students had their introduction on campus.

Ivonne Cune appointed chair of the university council

Ivonne Cune, the new chair of the university council, stresses the importance of student and staff participation at the university.

Should we stop costly treatments to reduce the high healthcare costs?

André den Exter, Associate Professor of Health Law at Erasmus School of Law, pleads for a political debate about the standard setting for expensive treatments.

“Strikes must have an impact and may hurt in a way."

Ruben Houweling, Professor of Labour Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains the Dutch right to strike.

ECEFG Competition Policy Workshop 2022

ECEFG Competition Policy Workshop 2022. 'Big Tech in Competition Policy: Perspectives from economics and law'.

EGSL Review Day and Kick-off meeting

10 years Erasmus School of Law 2012-2022 Festive Kick Off meeting/Review Day 2022

Piet Sanders Lecture: Keynote by Robert G. Eccles

The second Keynote in the Piet Sanders Lecture Series by Robert G. Eccles.

Erasmus Law Review

Our open access journal with a multidisciplinary and international focus.

Sanders Law Library

It is named after our founding father Piet Sanders and holds an extensive collection on law.

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