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Erasmus School of Law is characterised by research on the function of law in its economic and social context, more specifically on the overarching question of the role of law in safeguarding public and private interests in national and international trade and commerce.

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Our research is organised into four departments and three major interdisciplinary research initiatives, that have been a major catalyst in further developing our research.

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Successful midterm evaluation of the Sectorplan for Erasmus School of Law

The evaluation committee for the Sectorplan, recently presented its mid-term evaluation (2019-2021) report.

Transparency in cybersecurity: a blind spot?

Bernold Nieuwesteeg and Willem Kuijken have submitted a reaction to the review of the Corporate Governance Code.

The open access dilemma

Sigrid Hemels, Professor of Tax Law, pleads for more explicit rules and discussions on open access publication in an opinion piece in het FD.

Grant facilitates extensive research into human trafficking, money laundering, and corruption

Martijn Scheltema, Professor of Private Law at Erasmus School of Law, is part of this research project into crimes like human trafficking.

Third Newsletter Transfer of proceedings (TROP) research project

The Erasmus University Rotterdam (the Netherlands), the Amsterdam Public prosecution office (the Netherlands), together with Bielefeld University (Germany) and

Conference Healthy PhD Practices

On March 16 2022, the national conference Healthy PhD Practices took place.
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Innovative research on cybersecurity launched

Three PhD positions in cybersecurity are being created at the Centre for the Law & Economics of Cyber Security, in cooperation with the field.

When should a deep red card lead to prosecution?

The law is the same for everyone, but there are still enough situations that a judge will look at differently. PhD student Sven Bakker mapped this out.

Erasmus School of Law successfully hosts online Doctoral Research Forum

The designed peer-to-peer forum facilitates a constructive place for PhD candidates to share their research while receiving feedback and valuable guidance from…

Mathijs Giltjes and Arnoud Pijls in Columbia Law School's Blog about the European Market Abuse Regulation

In this paper, Matthijs Giltjes and Arnoud Pijls defend the independent status of these legal provisions by focusing on their function of serving legal…
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