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Policemen that drafted false police reports “should have been suspended immediately”

Marc Schuilenburg, Professor of Digital Surveillance at Erasmus School of Law, discusses his worries about lying in a police report by policemen.

A successful first year of the Minor Smart Perspectives of Diversity & Inclusion

This year, the new multidisciplinary minor Smart Perspectives of Diversity & Inclusion has been taught for the first time.

Government should discuss cybersecurity with civilians

According to Bernold Nieuwesteeg, director of the CLECS of Erasmus School of Law, civilians are insufficiently heard about cybersecurity.
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Alessandra Arcuri reappointed as Professor of International Economic Law

As of 1 September 2022, Alessandra Arcuri has been reappointed as Professor of International Economic Law at Erasmus School of Law.

Global upheaval about abortion laws does not affect Dutch legislation; “That law is set in stone.”

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains the influence of the globally changing abortion laws on the Dutch legislation.

European Master in Law and Economics receives fifth multimillion euro grant

The European Master in Law and Economics of Erasmus School of Law has signed a 2.8 million euro funding from the Erasmus Mundus:Erasmus+ grant.

Researcher Abby Onencan receives Open and Responsible Science Award

Abby Onencan, researcher in Environmental Crime at Erasmus School of Law, has won a EUR Open and Responsible Science Award in the category Societal Engagement.

Case regarding a former oncologist of Radboudumc brought before Disciplinary Committee

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains an extensive disciplinary case involving a former oncologist.
Online shopper achter laptop met creditcard in de hand

Not online shoppers, but smaller sellers in particular need more protection

Regulation and procedures for conflicts over online purchases need to improve, argues Emma van Gelder in her dissertation.

Madeleine Merkx reappointed as Professor of Indirect Taxes

As of 1 November 2022, Madeleine Merkx has been reappointed as Professor of Indirect Taxes at Erasmus School of Law, the chair she has held since November 2018.

Third-Party Funding: Trends, Developments and the Future

If you are interested in learning more about affordable access to justice, this seminar is one you definitely shouldn’t miss! This seminar will discuss the

PhD defence W. (Wanli) Ma

W. Ma will defend his PhD dissertation on Wednesday 7 December 2022

Inaugural Lecture Dr. C.G. (Karin) van Wingerde

Dr. C.G. (Karin) van Wingerde will publicly accept her appointment with an inaugural lecture

PhD defence S. (Sophia) Paulini

S. Paulini will defend her PhD dissertation on Friday 16 December 2022

Migration, Crime and Citizenship: Interdisciplinary and Multi-Sited Research Approaches

Join the conference ‘Migration, Crime and Citizenship: Interdisciplinary and Multi-Sited Research Approaches’

Precision Medicine Conference. Ethical and Legal Issues

Conference call and call for abstracts!

15th Joint Seminar ‘The Future of Law and Economics'

‘The Future of Law and Economics’ is a joint seminar, organized by Maastricht University, the University of Rennes1, Erasmus School of Law and the European

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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