Interaction between Legal Systems 2.0: Reflections at the halfway point
- Thursday 21 February 2019
2311 GJ Leiden
- Faculteitskamer Rechten
Interaction between Legal Systems (ILS) is a multidisciplinary research profile area that intends to contribute to the development of national, European and international policy through an interdisciplinary approach combining fields such as law, philosophy, psychology, economics and criminology. The projects within ILS aim to stimulate collaboration between researchers from various institutes and departments, and at the same time inspire collaboration with researchers from our international academic networks.
‘Interaction between Legal Systems 2.0: Reflections at the halfway point’ is organised by ‘SOLID: Solidarity Under Strain’ and ‘Policing the high seas: maritime law enforcement’, two projects within ILS 2.0. The aim is to present the current research of the projects in order to share our research in an open and accessible way for researchers from other projects and research programs and institutes to understand what ILS 2.0 is working on. Moreover, it will enable us to reflect and examine where we all are at the halfway point in the projects.
More information and the programme of the presentations can be found here.