Tim van Polanen
Tim van Polanen has been working as a PhD fellow at the Legal History department since January 2019.
T.A. (Tim) van Polanen studied Law (civil law) and History (Europe 1000-1800) at Leiden University (2012-2018) and completed a cum laude Master degree in both disciplines. Besides, he participated in the Talent Programme of the Graduate School of Leiden Law School. Between 2014 and 2017, Tim was a student-assistant at the department of Legal History. In that capacity he taught the first-year introductory course on Roman law and did research with prof. Koops on the archives of the Supreme Court of Holland, Zeeland and West-Friesland. Finally, Tim was a board member at Philips van Leyden and Mordenate College. Since January 2019 Tim is affiliated to the Department of Legal History as a PhD-fellow.
Fields of interst
- Roman law
- Legal history
- Comparative law
- Private law
- Ius commune
- Dutch history
- Dutch-Roman law
- Introductory course on Roman law (BA-I)
- History of Private law in Europe (BA-II/III)
- Comparative and International Private law (BA-III)
- Kruizinga C. & Polanen T.A. van (2017), Het vuistpandrecht onder vuur door de levering longa manu. In: Pol F.Q. van de, Beumers M.T., Kluiver C.C. de, Overheul M. & Trapman L. (Eds.) Vijftig weeffouten in het BW: Een ode aan het Burgelijk Wetboek, ter ere van zijn 25-jarig bestaan. Nijmegen: Ars Aequi Libri. 127-132.