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Part 2 of the study on the participation of children in youth care

As of 1 February prof. Mariëlle Bruning, dr. Stephanie Rap and Denise Verkroost LL.M. will start the second part of the research project concerning th...

10 February: wear something warm!

The University is taking part in the National Warm Sweater Day on 10 February and the heating will be turned down in many buildings. Make sure you wea...

International Humanitarian Law Clinic Exchange Conference 2016

The Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies hosted the second annual “Interna...

Our International Moot Court Competitions 2017

Each year the Grotius Centre in The Hague organises a number of internationally renowned moot court competitions. These competitions, also referred t...

Spotlight on Prof. Eric De Brabandere

Prof. Eric De Brabandere was recently appointed as Chair of International Dispute Settlement Law at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies...

Our economists in The Hague - research and teaching

The Department of Economics at Leiden Law School teaches courses in both Leiden and The Hague to more than 1700 students.

Beryl ter Haar guest lecturer European labour law at the law school of HSE Moscow

Under the invitation of Labour Law and Social Security Law Department of Faculty of Law of the "Higher School of Economics" (HSE) dr. Ter Haar delive...

Lecture from the ESA Director-General Johann-Dietrich Woerner

Lecture from the ESA Director-General Johann-Dietrich Woerner in Lorentzzaal (A144)

Welcome 2016/2017 February students!

A warm welcome to the students of the Master’s Programme in European Law starting in February 2017. Below you will find important information concerni...

Common Market Law Review Prize for Young Academics 2017

The Editorial Board is pleased to announce that in 2017 there will be a Common Market Law Review Prize for an article submitted by a young academic.

Almost twenty new MOOCs have started

Nineteen new Leiden University MOOCs have started this January. Anyone can take part in these online courses varying from combatting terrorism to kid...

Review The Fall and Rise of Blasphemy Law

Conatus News has publiced an extensive review of the book The Fall and Rise of Blasphemy Law by Paul Cliteur and Tom Herrenberg.

4th Leiden Socio-Legal Lecture – Constitutions and Ethnography by Prof. Scheppele

On Friday January 13 between 13.00 - 15.00 (room C 1.04 of the Old Observatory) there will be another Leiden Socio-Legal Lecture, entitled 'Constituti...

eLaw – Centre for Law and Digital Technologies organizes a panel at the CPDP 2017

The Conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) is an annual world-leading multidisciplinary conference that takes place in January in...

Lecture Thomas Hammarberg

The emergence of 'illiberal democracies' and the protection of human rights in Europe.