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Leiden Law School has been granted € 1.000.000 from the University Board of Leiden University in relation to its Profile Area Interaction Between Legal Systems (ILS 2.0), pursuant to the successful completion of ILS 1.0 in February 2015.
300 legal researchers visited the conference to discuss common dilemma's and future challenges.
The Moot Court is considered one of the most prestigious moot court competitions in the world. Are you interested in applying for a place on the team?
From the 21st until the 23rd of January 2015, our faculty will be dedicated to our research profile, the Interaction between Legal Systems . During these couple of days, the Kamerlingh Onnes Building will be available for a research conference with the theme: Interaction between legal systems, room for reflection .
On June 5th 2013 the Europa Institute of the Leiden University Law School hosts a seminar titled ‘Fact Finding in Human Rights Litigation: Perspectives on Questions of Evidence before the European Court of Human Rights’.
The Leiden Law School proudly presents the new Leiden Law Blog. More than 50 researchers are poised to give their views on current events. The authors, all specialists in fields of law and criminology, are blogging in English. Their aim is to reach a worldwide audience.
Both Armin Cuyvers and Iryna Ievdokymova have been selected to present their papers during the 9th WISH Conference on ‘The Future of Transnational Law: the EU, USA, China and the BRICS’ .
On Tuesday, October 30th the second ILS lunch meeting of this year will take place. Jan Crijns, professor of Criminal Law, will provide a lecture on how to deal with the interaction between legal systems in your PhD research.
On 16 September 2012 Josephine Hartmann gave a presentation during a panel session on compliance with EU law taking place within Sixth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics the at the University of Tampere, Finland.
The PhD-candidates of the profile area ‘Interaction between legal systems’ are organising several lunch seminars with an ‘interaction theme’.
On 3 September 2012, Yannick van den Brink started as the new Meijers Ph.D. Candidate at the Child Law Department.
On Saturday 30 June, the Europa Institute hosted a highly enjoyable, stimulating, informative and wide-ranging 51st Leiden London meeting.
Prof. Niels Blokker and Dr. Jorrit Rijpma speak at conference “The evolution of the law of international organizations”
On 18-19 June, an international conference took place at the Italian Università del Sannio te Beneventoon on the evolution of the law of international organizations.