Daniel Blocq is assistant professor with the Van Vollenhoven Institute at Leiden Law School.
Daniel Blocq is assistant professor with the Van Vollenhoven Institute at Leiden Law School. He studied tax law and public international law at the University of Amsterdam and Cornell Law School, and received his PhD in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Daniel’s work is situated at the intersection of law and social sciences. He investigates causes and consequences of retention and attrition in law firms. And he is currently involved in research on vetting of state officials following periods of widespread human rights violations.