Master students present graduation research for book ‘Public-private law’

On Wednesday 16 June 2021, ten students of the master Private Law and the master Liability and Assurance at Erasmus School of Law presented the most important conclusions of their thesis research to family, friends and employees. These students have not written a regular thesis but participated in the yearly thesis book project called ‘Jonge Meesters’ (Young LLM students). Every student takes care of a chapter of the book, which will be published later this year by publisher Boom Juridisch.

In the past years, as a result of the ‘Young LLM-series, multiple proper civil law thesis books have been written about exciting and topical themes like ‘interests and civil law’, ‘new technologies’, ‘new private law?’ and ‘People, Planet, Private Law’. This year’s theme is ‘Public-Private Law’.

The festive afternoon took place in a hybrid edition: the supervisors, students and a couple of invitees were welcomed in the Senaatszaal on campus, whilst tens of other interested people joined in online. Amongst them were Professors and other lecturers of Erasmus School of Law. The students all gave a short presentation about their subject, after which they got questions from the physical and online audience.

This year, the thesis book has been supervised by Liesbeth Enneking, Marnix Hebly and Koen Swinnen, all lecturers of the Civil Law department of Erasmus School of Law. This year’s authors are Levi Boor, Luce Mulder, Pien Salomons, Britt Mastenbroek, Bryan Bijnen, Miranda Atema, Dies van den Berg, Barbara Rozema, Joey Oetomo and Judith Littel. 

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