Leiden Law School
Research at Leiden Law School means research at the highest level. Leiden Law School has eight broad research programmes and one specific ‘profile area’: Interaction between legal systems - which aims to understand the complex interaction between the various levels of jurisdiction and to solve the resulting problems and questions.
Research at Leiden Leiden Law School is concentrated in eight research programmes, in which researchers from different (legal) disciplines work together. This focus came about through the notion that important research questions are mostly found at the interaction between the various disciplines.
- The Legitimacy and Effectiveness of Law & Governance in a World of multilevel jurisdictions
- The Progression of EU Law: Accommodating change and upholding values
- Effective Protection of Fundamental Rights in a Pluralist World
- Exploring the Frontiers in International Law
- Criminal Justice: Legitimacy, Accountability, and Effectivity
- Coherent Private Law
- Reform of Social Legislation
- Limits of Tax Jurisdiction