Emile Beenakker is visiting lecturer at the department of Constitutional and administrative law
Emile Beenakker obtained degrees in History (BA, MA), Dutch law (LL.B), International and European law (LL.M) and Legislation (LL.Mleg) from Leiden University, University of Amsterdam and the Academy for Legislation in The Hague. In 2010, he was employed as a legal researcher at the Swedish National Defence College in Stockholm, Sweden, on the legal responsibility of states for acts of cyber warfare and on cyber aspects of the law of belligerent occupation. Between autumn 2011 and spring 2018 he has worked as a legislative lawyer in the Legal department of the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports. In April 2018 Emile joined the Financial Markets Directorate of the Dutch Ministry of Finance.
From 2014 until 2018 Emile has been affiliated to Leiden University’s Faculty of Law as an external PhD-candidate. On 5 June 2018 Emile defended his dissertation entitled ‘The implementation of international law in the national legal order; A legislative perspective’.
As of July 2018, Emile is visiting lecturer at the department Constitutional and administrative law.
- Beenakker E.B. (2019), Deskundigenadvies in het wetgevingsproces: betere wetgeving of uitholling van de democratie?, Ars Aequi 68(12): 972-979.
- Beenakker E.B. (5 June 2018), The implementation of international law in the national legal order : a legislative perspective (PhD thesis. Afdeling Staats- en Bestuursrecht, Law, Leiden) Meijers-reeks no. 305. S.l.: s.n.. Supervisor(s): Voermans W.J.M.
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