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Call for Abstracts for conference on extradition and surrender (14-15 May 2020)
Leiden University, Utrecht University and Maastricht University are organizing a two day conference on extradition and surrender, offering a venue for practitioners and young scholars to exchange experiences and ideas on these subject matters.
Interdisciplinary conference 'EU Criminal Justice Policy and Practice - Reflections and Prospects
en de doorwerking van Europees recht in het Nederlandse materiële strafrecht
At eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologies, we provide electives in the Bachelor 'Rechtsgeleerdheid'.
Criminal legislation - criteria for criminalization
One of the recurring points of discussion within the Criminal Justice research program is the question of which behaviors should and should not fall within the scope of criminal law. This question is examined from a legal- dogmatic and social-scientific perspective.
Louise Verboeket wins faculty Jongbloed thesis prize 2016-2017
The thesis “De publieke prijs. Een onderzoek naar de verdeling van publiek geld via prijsvragen” (The public prize. A study of the allocation of public funds by way of competitions) was awarded the faculty Jongbloed prize 2016-2017 on 12 January.
The Europa Institute organises its annual PhD Day in a new online format
On Friday, June 12th, the Europa Institute held its annual PhD Day.
Evidence - fact finding
The Leiden faculty has a lively tradition in the field of criminal truth finding and evidence.
Jouke Tegelaar wins faculty Jongbloed thesis prize 2015-2016
The thesis “Exit Peter Paul? Divergente toezichthoudersaansprakelijkheid in de Europese Unie voor falend financieel toezicht, bezien vanuit het Europeesrechtelijke beginsel van effectieve rechtsbescherming” (Exit Peter Paul? Divergent supervisory liability in the European Union for failing financial…
Meijers Prizes, Van Wersch Springplank prizes and Thesis Prizes awarded at New Years’ reception
On Thursday 10 January a number of prizes were presented to researchers and students.
Welmoet Wels wins the faculty Jongbloed thesisprize 2015
The world is full of wars, and no war is without its dead. What happens to the bodies of fatal casualties of armed conflict? The winner of the faculty Jongbloed Thesis Prize 2015 is Welmoet Wels (Public International Law). Her thesis Dead body management in armed conflict: paradoxes in trying to do…
Prof. Tim Koopmans
Tim Koopmans is one of the great minds in the history of Dutch and European legal scholarship. He taught law as a professor in Leiden and other universities, among which Ghent, Cambridge, Utrecht. He practiced it as a judge in the European Court of Justice and Advocate-General in the Dutch Supreme Court,…
Jannemieke Ouwerkerk independent and free thanks in part to Veni
‘Without that Veni grant, I would never have been able to delve into my subject so deeply. During the first two months, I only read articles and other professional literature. A dream, I would skip home afterwards.’
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