Interaction between legal systems
Interaction between Legal Systems acknowledges that law-making and law enforcement are increasingly taking place on various levels: in a global context, in EU context, on a national level and in a private law framework. These levels influence each other, sometimes directly, on the basis of a hierarchical relation, but often indirectly, for example through the development of trade customs or through an exchange of legal experience or good practices.
ILS – RSL Lunch Seminar on Social Policy and ECJ Jurisprudence with Harvard Professor Jason Beckfield
On Wednesday 23 May, a jointly organized Lunch Seminar between the research programs Interaction Between Legal Systems and Reform of Social Legislatio...
Criminal- and criminological issues from an Interaction between Legal Systems’ perspective
Last Thursday, the April edition of the ILS Lunch Seminars took place. This well attended seminar featured criminal- and criminological issues from an...
The April edition of the ILS Lunch Seminars with Adriano Martufi and Marco Stam
The monthly ILS Lunch Seminars bring together colleagues and students from Leiden Law School, by providing an informal setting to hear what researcher...
The Challenges of the Sharing Economy: Vassilis Hatzopoulos presents his latest monograph on the Collaborative Economy and EU law
Last Thursday, the March edition of the ILS Lunch Seminars took place. This well attended seminar took on a slightly different format, as we had the h...