Joanne van der Leun reappointed as Dean of Leiden Law School 09 November 2022
Professor Joanne van der Leun has been reappointed as Dean of Leiden Law School by the Executive Board of Leiden University. She has been appointed un...
Leiden Law School receives praise during research evaluation 02 November 2022
Every six years, the research conducted at all law schools in the Netherlands is evaluated during a research evaluation. On 6 and 7 October, it was Le...
Hybrid working seems to be working 23 September 2022
‘It is OK for employees to work flexibly, as long as they spend 40 hours in the office’, said Elon Musk in June 2022. Are we back where we started now...
Everything you need to know about crypto: 'There is rebellion behind it' 02 August 2022
Jan Willem Kakebeeke has contributed to a series of articles on Blockchain and Cryptos in several regional papers.
Top Downloaded Article! 05 July 2022
We are excited to share that the article, Does pre‐packed bankruptcy create value? An empirical study of post-bankruptcy employment retention in The N...
From Leiden to Delaware: How empirical legal research on valuation biases was used in a US courtroom 05 April 2022
Many of our department’s staff members are actively involved in the Empirical Legal Studies lab and strive towards publishing impactful empirical lega...
Jean-Pierre van der Rest receives a 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award 28 August 2020
Professor Jean-Pierre van der Rest has received a 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award from Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Working from home leads to better well-being, but often lower appraisal 03 June 2020
Home workers experience less time pressure and feel better as a result. This appears from PhD research conducted by Maral Darouei, who defends her dis...
New Business models for the Legal Services Market 19 April 2016
Linking Empirical Academic thinking with Legal Practice. Internationally and particularly in the Netherlands. By René Orij, April, 2016.