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Master Open Day - Saturday March 25th

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Unique conviction of GGZ Eindhoven wrongful death of 29-year-old patient sends strong message

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law, talks about the importance of this conviction.

Progress in prosecution The Voice of Holland abuses

Joost Nan, Professor of Criminal (Procedural) Law, highlights the abuses at The Voice of Holland and the prosecution of sexual offences. 

Crossing continents for a Masters in law, thanks to a scholarship from the Erasmus Trust Fund

Vanessa Nethania Parka will never forget the day she found out she had been awarded a fully funded scholarship for a Masters at Erasmus School of Law.
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NWO grant for Erasmus School of Law project FORT-PORT to tackle subversive crime in the port of Rotterdam

FORT-PORT aims to provide insights into how criminal organisations operate in and around the port of Rotterdam, to strengthen the fight against subversive crime

How Aletta Jacobs’ role in women’s emancipation is related to Tax Law

In a podcast episode, Sigrid Hemels, Professor of Tax Law at Erasmus School of Law, reflects on Aletta Jacobs’ fight for women’s suffrage.

Cultural gap is more decisive in voting behaviour than economic motives

According to the SCP report, there are now seven classes in the Netherlands. EUR sociologists Gijs Custers and Jeroen van der Waal interpret the report.
People strolling across Rotterdam's Koopgoot

Groundbreaking and necessary ban on ethnic profiling for the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee

Abdessamad Bouabid, Associate Professor of Criminology at Erasmus School of Law, talks about the significance of the ban on ethnic profiling at the KMar.

Remotely distributing abortion pills; essential assistance or unnecessary interference?

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law, questions the plan to allow Dutch doctors to prescribe abortion pills remotely.

PhD Candidate Gwendolyn Koops-Geuze selected as 'Face of Science' by the KNAW

As of March 7, 2023, Gwendolyn Koops-Geuze, PhD candidate at Erasmus School of Law, is one of the twelve new 'Faces of Science' of the KNAW.

Searching for the causes of excess mortality: investigating is allowed, but how?

Martin Buijsen, Professor of Health Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains how excess mortality can be investigated within legal frameworks.
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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

Masterclass VAT fraud

Lecture giving by John Gruson and Martijn Schipper discussing more about VAT fraud.
EFR MOD - Port Day

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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