New 2016 research report on Exploring the Frontiers of International Law
We are glad to present our new research report on Exploring the Frontiers of International Law (EFIL). International Law has traditionally been one of the flagship areas of the Leiden Law School. The report provides a taste of our rich research agenda in international law.
The EFIL programme is structured around three main themes: normative, systemic and institutional transformation of the international legal order. The report highlights the vibrant research environment of our programme, including contributions from junior and senior research staff and research highlights from the Grotius Centre, the Kalshoven Gieskes Forum, the Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group and our Leiden-run journals (LJIL, IOLR). It showcases not only publications and PhD projects, but our broader ambition to link theory to practice and to explore new synergies between education and research. To discover how we addressed the changing frontiers of international law, please take a look at our 2016 research report.