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Evert Stamhuis

The problem and regulation of deepfakes: “It is playing with fire if you like or link them”

Evert Stamhuis, Professor of Law and Innovation at Erasmus School of Law, explains what he deems necessary to tackle deepfakes in the future.
Masuma Shahid - 2023

Constitutional amendment for LGBTIQ+ community and people with disabilities: valuable or worthless?

Masuma Shahid, PhD candidate LGBTIQ+ rights at Erasmus School of Law, is positive about the extension of the discrimination ban and explains its legal impact.

Ministers unjustly block a ban on releasing toxic vapours for years

According to Professor Arcuri and PhD Candidate Abdurrahman Erol, cargo vessels have unjustly released toxic and carcinogenic chemicals for years.
In memoriam - tekst

In Memoriam dr. Gabry Vanderveen

We are deeply affected and saddened by the sudden death of our much-loved colleague, dr. Gabry Vanderveen.

“Shortage on the labour market will increase”, and just legislation will not fix this

Ruben Houweling, Professor of Labour Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains the most significant challenges in the future labour market.

Designer crime increases due to the glorification of branded clothing

Robby Roks, Associate Professor of Criminology at Erasmus School of Law, points to the effect of famous role models on youth.

Will cigarette sales go up in smoke?

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law at Erasmus School of Law, talks about a possible ban on cigarette sales in the Netherlands.
Matthijs de Jongh 2023

Matthijs de Jongh reappointed as Professor of Corporate Law

As of 1 September, Matthijs de Jongh has been reappointed as Professor of Corporate Law at Erasmus School of Law.

Fighting organised crime requires thorough determination of the course

Three years of research on tackling organised crime indicates the need thoroughly determine the course.

"Police is a few miles behind" in the fight against online crime

Robby Roks, Associate Professor of Criminology at Erasmus School of Law, discusses the issues regarding the fight against online juvenile crime.

Assessment day Erasmus School of Law 2023

On Tuesday 31 January 2023, the examination board and the education board will organise Erasmus School of Law's annual assessment day. The assessment day is

PhD defence K.J. (Kuan-Jung) Peng

K.J. Peng will defend his PhD dissertation on Thursday 2 February 2023.

SAIL Seminar “Missing Masters: Causes, Consequences and Corrections for States’ Disengagement from the Investment Treaty System”

On February 3rd at 15:30 (CEST), the Sustainability in Arbitration, and Investment Law (SAIL) research group at ESL will host Lise Johnson (Curtis, Mallet
Open Responsible Sciences Award Onencan

Open Science and Societal Engagement at Erasmus School of Law

Engage with your colleagues on Open Science and Societal Impact in legal research!

PhD defence L. (Laurenz) Goldhahn

L. Goldhahn will defend his PhD dissertation on Friday 10 February 2023.

Migration, Crime and Citizenship: Interdisciplinary and Multi-Sited Research Approaches

Join the conference ‘Migration, Crime and Citizenship: Interdisciplinary and Multi-Sited Research Approaches’

Precision Medicine Conference. Ethical and Legal Issues

Conference call and call for abstracts!

15th Joint Seminar ‘The Future of Law and Economics'

‘The Future of Law and Economics’ is a joint seminar, organized by Maastricht University, the University of Rennes1, Erasmus School of Law and the European

Conference on Law, AI, and Regulation - LAIR

LAIR is an international academic conference with a preference for interdisciplinary and innovative approaches to ‘Law, AI, and Regulation’, spanning over two

Erasmus Law Review

Our open access journal with a multidisciplinary and international focus.

Sanders Law Library

It is named after our founding father Piet Sanders and holds an extensive collection on law.

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