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The Pope has appointed Christoph Engel as a Member of the Pontifical Academy of the Social Sciences.
- Report of information afternoon on legal information skills
On 26 June 2019, Sanders Law Library organised a themed afternoon on legal skills in cooperation with the KNVI-JI.
- Dr. René Repasi in Nieuwsuur over reddingsschip Sea-Watch III
At the end of June, Captain Rackete had moored the Sea-Watch III in Lampeduse without the permission of Italian authorities. For this action, she is being questioned by these authorities this week.
Two of our first-year PhD candidates, Josje de Vogel and Fiona Unz, had the honor to present part of their research at the 17th conference of the International Association of Consumer Law.
- Sunstein analyses when and how social movements become successful or not
Why do sudden social movements happen? Why are they sometimes so difficult to anticipate? And can you predict a revolution?
EMLE is the first existing programme in the Netherlands that has been accredited by the NVAO via the European Approach.
This year’s annual PhD training of the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research was organised in cooperation with Erasmus School of Law and took place on the 13th and 14th of May 2019.
On Friday, June 21, 2019, twelve students of the Master's in Private Law and the Master's in Liability & Insurance presented their main conclusions of their thesis research.
Prof. Houweling (chairman/initiator of the VAAN-VvA expert group & professor of Labor Law) and Prof. Even (Erasmus School of Law) have designed a concept of the Code of Work 2025.
On 12 June 2019, Prof. Fabian Amtenbrink, vice dean of ESL, signed MOU with KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Law School of Shanghai Maritime University in China.