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Hans-Jan van Kralingen

PhD-fellow/Guest Staff Member

Mr. J. van Kralingen BA
+31 71 527 7841

J. (Hans-Jan) van Kralingen studied Classics and Law at the University of Leiden. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Classics and a Master’s degree in Law. Hans-Jan started to work on his PhD thesis at the Legal History department of the Leiden Law School in January 2013.

More information about Hans-Jan van Kralingen

The subject of his PhD thesis is the indivisibility of security rights. This ‘principle’ of indivisibility is codified in several modern codifications of private law. Hans-Jan will do research on the history of this principle. In his research he will focus on Roman law and Ius Commune.  

Fields of interest

  • Legal History
  • Roman Law
  • Ius Commune
  • Comparative law
  • Civil law

Teaching Activities

  • Roman Law (BA-I)
  • History of European Private Law (BA-II/III)
  • Comparative and International Private Law (BA-III)

PhD-fellow/Guest Staff Member

  • Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid
  • Instituut voor Metajuridica
  • Rechtsgeschiedenis

Work address

Kamerlingh Onnes Building
Steenschuur 25
2311 ES Leiden
Room number FLEX


  • Stichting De Haven Bestuurslid
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