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.
The celebratory finale of this year's ILS Lunch Seminars
This academic year, researchers from both inside and outside of Leiden Law School took the opportunity to inform the interested public about their ong...
Public administration and economics researchers commissioned by European Asylum Support Office to research migration
Dimiter Toshkov, Olaf van Vliet, Alexandre Afonso and Zouheir El-Sahli from the Institute of Public Administration (FGGA) and the Department of Econom...
Last ILS Lunch Seminar before the summer break with Prof. Rank and Prof. Barentsen
The monthly ILS Lunch Seminars present the perfect opportunity to unite the different institutes situated within Leiden Law School and are steadily de...
Looking back on the successful combined ILS – RSL Lunch Seminar with Jason Beckfield from Harvard University
Last Wednesday, a very special edition of the Lunch Seminars took place in a combined session between the research programs Interaction between Legal ...