Inaugural Lecture Prof. J.M. de Jongh

‘Twee eeuwen tegenstrijdig belang’
Professor
Faculty
Erasmus School of Law
University
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Chair
Ondernemingsrecht, in het bijzonder zijn historische ontwikkeling
Start date

Friday, 29 Mar 2019, 16:00

End date

Friday, 29 Mar 2019, 18:00

Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Campus Woudestein, Erasmus Building, Aula
Matthijs de Jongh

On Friday 29 March 2019 at 4 PM Prof. Matthijs de Jongh, Professor of Ondernemingsrecht en zijn geschiedenis at Erasmus School of Law, will give his inaugural lecture in the Aula of Erasmus University The title of his inaugural lecture is: Twee eeuwen tegenstrijdig belang’.

In his inaugural lecture, Prof. De Jongh will explain how in the past two hundred years, attempts have been made to curb the risks of conflicts of interest in companies and how these problems still affect businesses today.

You are cordially invited to attend this meeting, followed by an informal gathering. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Prof. dr. De Jongh graduated cum laude in 2014 on Tussen societasenuniversitas. De beursvennootschap en haar aandeelhouders in historischperspectief' at Erasmus School of Law. His thesis was awarded the triennial Harry Honée Dissertation Prize for the best thesis in the field of corporate law. He also received a (shared) Elly Rood Dissertation Prize, the annual PhD thesis award of Erasmus School of Law. Prof. De Jongh is also a counsellor in the Amsterdam Court of Appeal.

LinkedIn of Prof. De Jongh.