mr.dr. (Nina) NL Holvast

mr.dr. (Nina) NL Holvast
Assistant professor
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
holvast@law.eur.nl
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Nina Holvast is Assistant Professor Empirical Legal Studies. As an interdisciplinary researcher she uses multi-method research methods to study the Law in Action. Her research focusses on courts, judicial decision-making and the legal profession. Holvast has an educational background in law and social science: she obtained an LLM in Criminal Law (cum laude) and a MSc in Criminology (cum laude) at Leiden University. She completed her doctoral research at the University of Amsterdam. Her dissertation (Eleven International Publishers) explored the role of judicial assistants in judicial decision-making. Prior to her PhD she worked at the Research and Documentation Centre of the Ministry of Justice and Security and was a part-time law clerk at the District Court in The Hague. Her current research concentrates on the functioning of the judicial institutions, the effect of extra-legal factors in judicial decision-making and legal socialisation in law school. Holvast is regularly asked as an expert in empirical legal research methods during seminars and in supervisory committees.

Holvast has been an editor of Recht der Werkelijkheid (the journal of Dutch-Flemish Law and Society Association) and is currently a member of the editorial board of Erasmus Law Review. She was an academic visitor at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at Oxford University and the Judicial Institute of University College London.

  • WJ (Willem-Jan) Kortleven, NL (Nina) Holvast & Alma Besic (2022) - Legal socialization in law school: the effects of two types of professional identity formation
  • WJ (Willem-Jan) Kortleven, NL (Nina) Holvast & Alma Besic (2022) - Legal socialisation in law school: Two types of professional identity formation and their impact on inclusion and diversity
  • NL (Nina) Holvast (2021) - Transforming into a lawyer at ESL: bridging the identity gap via the tutor
  • Nina Holvast (2021) - Researching a hidden actor: the role and influence of judicial assistants in Dutch courts
  • Nina Holvast & JMW Lindeman (2020) - The Blurring Boundaries between Professionals and Paraprofessionals in Dutch Courts and the Public Prosecution Service
  • A Sanders & Nina Holvast (2020) - International Journal For Court Administration (Journal)
  • WJ (Willem-Jan) Kortleven, NL (Nina) Holvast & NT (Tobias) Arnoldussen (2019) - Recht, realiteit, risico en rationaliteit
  • Nina Holvast (2019) - Erasmus Law Review (Journal)
  • Nina Holvast (2018) - In de schaduw van de rechter, workshop over de positie van juridisch medewerkers en het creëren van professionele standaarden
  • Nina Holvast (2018) - In the shadow of the judge: research findings and ideas for follow-up research on judicial assistants in Dutch courts

  • WJ (Willem-Jan) Kortleven & NL (Nina) Holvast (2021) - CLI Fellowship 'Voorbij het deficitdenken: naar inclusiever onderwijs en diversiteitsbeleid aan Erasmus School of Law'

Stichting Juridische Samenwerking aan de Maas

Begindatum goedkeuring
februari 2019
Einddatum goedkeuring
december 9999
Plaats
ROTTERDAM

Research Design 1

Year
2021
Course Code
EGSL-RD1

Research Design 2

Year
2021
Course Code
EGSL-RD2

Academic Integrity & Responsible Researc

Year
2021
Course Code
EGSL-AR

Communicate your Research

Year
2021
Course Code
EGSL-CR

Thesis master Legal Theory

Year
2021
Course Code
RS128

Empirical Legal Studies

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Course Code
RR118

Empirical Legal Studies

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Course Code
RD118

Anthropology of Law

Year
2021
Course Code
RM83

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