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Market Power and Competition Law In the Software Industry
On Thursday 11 May 2017, Qiang Yu defended his doctoral thesis ‘Market Power and Competition Law in the Software Industry’. The supervisors of the research are Professor T.R. Ottervanger and Professor S.C.G. Van den Bogaert. A brief summary of his thesis is provided below.
Finding Nemo: Locating Financial Losses after Kolassa/Barclays Bank and Profit
A publication on the location of financial losses and the validity of jurisdiction clauses after the CJEU’s Kolassa v Barclays Bank and Profit Investment v Ossi judgments.
International organisations and the rule of law
International organisations that represent collaborations between States are becoming increasingly more powerful, and they have an increasing impact on our daily lives. For example, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasburg established that minors have a right to legal aid immediately following…
APL 1 - Collection of Papers
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia is the annual journal of the Faculty of Archaeology (formerly the Institute of Prehistory), Leiden University.
- Volume 1 (2006)
The Rome Statute as Evidence of Customary International Law
On 9 April 2019, Yudan Tan defended her thesis 'The Rome Statute as Evidence of Customary International Law'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. dr. W.A. Schabas.
Aligning religious law and state law: Street-level bureaucrats and Muslim marriage practices in Pasuruan, Indonesia
Full Professor in Public Law & Governance of AI
Governance and Global Affairs, Rechtsgeleerdheid
Q&A webinars for master programmes Leiden Law School
the Other Side: A Multidisciplinary Analysis of Migration and Family Law in Morocco
What are the rights of migrants in Morocco and how does this receiving state and migrants deal with them in practice?
- Week 1: 8–11 January
Straightjacket: Same-Sex Orientation under Chinese Family Law
‘Visibility and secrecy are both valuable tactics and should not be antagonized in LGBT movements, ’ says Jingshu Zhu. Zhu defended her dissertation on Wednesday 21 February.
The Function of Jus Post Bellum in International Law
Jens Iverson, Assistant Professor of International Law and a Researcher in the Jus Post Bellum Project, defended his Ph.D. dissertation on 21 September 2017.
Trade, Investment and Labour: Interactions in International Law
On 21 February 2019, Ruben Zandvliet defended his thesis 'Trade, Investment and Labour: Interactions in International Law'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. dr. N.J. Schrijver.
National space legislation : future perspectives for Malaysian Space Law
This research studies the future perspectives for Malaysian space law. It aims at demonstrating the development of Malaysian outer space activities inclusive of her status with respect to United Nations space conventions and her membership of international and regional space-related organizations.
Politics, governance and law in Africa: Exploring connections
Politics, governance and law form a triangle of themes defining power and the production of power. The themes constitute a crucial domain in African societies and economies, reinvigorated by contemporary new forms of youth politics across the continent.
The Transformation of the Euro: Law, Contract, Solidarity
On 31 January 2018 Vestert Borger defended his dissertation entitled ‘The Transformation of the Euro: Law, Contract, Solidarity’. The dissertation has been written under the supervision of Professor Stefaan Van den Bogaert (supervisor) and Dr Jorrit Rijpma (co-supervisor).
The Proliferation of Dissenting Opinions in International Law
On 8 July 2020, Andres Sarmiento Lamus defended his thesis 'The Proliferation of Dissenting Opinions in International Law'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. L.J. van den Herik and Prof. Y.A.A.S. Radi (UCLouvain).
Vanessa Mak appointed Chair of Civil Law
Vanessa Mak is appointed Professor of Civil Law at Leiden University as of 1 October 2020. She will succeed Professor Jac. Hijma who is retiring.
- Chinese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Arabic 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
Conference and summer course: Europeanisation of national administrative law
On 2 September 2019, the Constitutional and Administrative Law Department of Leiden Law School and Review of European Administrative Law REALaw are organising a Conference on the Europeanisation of national administrative law through general principles of law: from resistance to voluntary adoption. Subsequently,…
Another year with a strong presence of Leiden Law School in the European Law Moot Court Competition
The Europa Institute was represented in all four regional finals of this year’s European Law Moot Court!
Reporting obligation for acquisitions in the Dutch telecom sector: some (liability) issues
Providers of telephone, internet or data centers can be seen as companies of vital importance because of their national importance. This comes as no surprise. In the Netherlands, additional legislation was deemed necessary to protect national security and a legislative proposal was presented in April…
Enforced performance of commercial sales contracts in the Netherlands, Singapore and China
On 23 January 2020, Paula Kemp defended her thesis 'Enforced performance of commercial sales contracts in the Netherlands, Singapore and China'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. H.B. Krans and Prof. M.H. Wissink (RU Groningen).
- Book launch "The Law of the European Union"
ESIL Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law workshop on ‘The Future of International Migration Law’ with ILS
On Wednesday 6 September 2017 the Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law of the European Society of International Law (ESIL/SEDI) hosted a workshop in Naples, Italy, in cooperation with the ILS 2.0 Project.
- Japanese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
First Person #1 by Judith van IJken
First Person #1 is an exhibition of two photographic projects by Judith van IJken, photographer, lecturer and PhD candidate at ACPA, Leiden University.
- Dutch 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- French 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
Jannemieke Ouwerkerk appointed Full Professor of European Criminal Law
As from 1 August 2016 Jannemieke Ouwerkerk will be appointed to the position of Full Professor of European Criminal Law at the Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology of Leiden University. It concerns a full-time position. She will deliver her inaugural lecture on 7 April 2017 at 16.00.
- Spanish 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
professor Nico Schrijver at UN celebration of 70 Years International Law Commission
The UN International Law Commission was established soon after the Second World War with the mandate to promote the progressive development of international law and its codification. It is a subsidiary organ of the UN General Assembly.
Ymre Schuurmans Academic Director Institute of Public Law
The Faculty Board has appointed Professor Ymre Schuurmans as Academic Director of the Institute of Public Law. Schuurmans is Professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law and was Head of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law for the past six years.
Allosteric modulation and ligand binding kinetics at the Kv11.1 channel
Promotor: Prof.dr. A.P. IJzerman, Co-Promotor: L.H. Heitman
Opening facultair jaar met live talkshow Leiden Law op 1
Dinsdag 1 september 2020 openen we het facultaire jaar 2020-2021 met een live talkshow vanuit het Kamerlingh Onnes Gebouw.
Delegation of Leiden Law School visits Tirana
This summer, a delegation of Leiden Law School composed of Prof. Rick Lawson, Prof. Stefaan Van den Bogaert and Dr. Darinka Piqani visited Tirana (Albania).
Geometry and arithmetic of del Pezzo surfaces of degree 1
This thesis contains results on the arithmetic and geometry of del Pezzo surfaces of degree 1.In Chapter 1 we give the necessary background, assuming the reader is familiar with algebraic geometry.
Labour law, judicialisation, and the future of socio-legal studies in Indonesia
Labour is back as a significant social and political force in Indonesia, as was shown in the recent 1 May trade union demonstrations in Jakarta. Over the past years major changes have taken place in Indonesian labour law, leading to new forms of judicial and political resolution of labour disputes.
Profile 1. State formation in medieval Frisia
Politically speaking, the Frisian coastal area constitutes a special case in late medieval Europe since it was not subject to an overlord as it withstood feudalization in the 13th century. Its many sub regions, which were dominated by elites of small noblemen and freeholders, long time succeeded in…
Restatement of Labour Law in Europe by Guus Heerma van Voss
Guus Heerma van Voss, professor of Labour Law recently published: Restatement of Labour Law in Europe in coöperation with Bernd Waas professor of Labour Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Frankfurt.
- In the Wake of the Plantation: Law and Human Rights in Indonesia 1870-2020
The Legitimacy and Effectiveness of Law & Governance in a World of Multilevel Jurisdictions
Is the legitimacy of law and governance of multilevel jurisdictions diminishing?” “What is the significance of (diminishing) legitimacy for the effectiveness of law?” These kinds of questions about the legitimacy of the supranational formation of law, its application, and the policy and governance based…
- Week 1–2 (7–15 January)
- Week 4–5 (1–14 February)
Rights of the Relational Self: Law, Culture, and Injury in the Global North and South
Although official law generally conceives of personal injury victims as individual rights holders, the actual experience of physical injury and its consequences is relational. Indeed, many researchers in the global North as well as the global South have contended that the very concept of the Self should…
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in International Law: Human Rights and Beyond
This summer school focuses on the emergence of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) and intersex issues in different areas of international law, such as human rights law, refugee law and international criminal law. The fifth edition will take place in 2022 (provisional dates: 27 July to 5 A…