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Erasmus School of Law focuses on enhancing its profile with the appointment of Professor Philip Hans Franses
Erasmus School of Law has appointed Professor Philip Hans Franses as a part-time professor. With this appointment, the faculty is strengthening its economic and business orientated profile
Erasmus School of Law has climbed to the 46th position of 190 global law schools for 2020 in the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
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).
Sohail Wahedi will receive his doctorate on 28 November 2019 for his research into the relationship between law and religion.
Assistant Professor Lieselot Bisschop is a criminologist at Erasmus School of Law is conducting research into corporate crime and environmental harm and the fine line between the two.
American Society of Criminology" evaluates Dr Lieselot Bisschop's paper as "Outstanding"
- University Project Receives a 3.2 Million Horizon 2020 Grant
The pan-European research project Working, Yet Poor (the “WorkYP Project”) was recently awarded 3.2 million euros for three years by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.
International Conference ‘The Quest for Controlled Freedom’
The Italian TV program ‘DiMartedi’ interviewed Mr. Quintavalla in a part of its report dedicated to the academic system of the Netherlands.
The Stevens Prize is awarded annually by Wolters Kluwer to a young author (35 years or younger).