Erasmus School of Law is part of the Erasmus University Rotterdam: a world-class university ranked 69th in the Times Higher Education World Universities Ranking. A distinguishing feature of the education provided by Erasmus School of Law is the combination of academic training, international orientation and social relevance. Our education is closely interwoven with excellent scientific research, in which the spotlight is on the student. You can expect Erasmus School of Law to prepare you for a successful future.
Pieter Verrest becomes full-time Professor and chair of Criminal Law department at Erasmus School of Law
As of 18 May 2020, Prof. Pieter Verrest becomes full-time Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure. He is also appointed as chair of the Criminal Law department at Erasmus School of Law.
As a second-year criminology student and ambassador of Erasmus School of Law, Kimberly Kruijsse helps to organise ‘digital orientation days’. She explains more about it in the article of 'AD'.
Students of Erasmus School of Law successfully submitted their Memorandum for Respondent in one of the biggest international moot competitions in the world, the Vis Moot.
Dr Claudia Bouteligier, master coordinator of Legal Theory & Socio-Legal studies, made a guest appearance in the programme of Jort Kelder on Radio 1 this Saturday (23 November).
On 28 August 2019, the first cohort IMARC-students in Rotterdam had their induction day.
On June 21, 2019, the first-anniversary edition of the Max Rood Pleading Competition took place. Teams from different corners of the country travelled to Leiden to compete for the challenge cup.
EMLE is the first existing programme in the Netherlands that has been accredited by the NVAO via the European Approach.
The National Student Parliament takes place every two years, with different law faculties competing with each other in the treatment of a fictitious bill.