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All employees of the Leiden Law School are invited for Christmas drinks in the KOG restaurant on December 17th from 16.00-18.00 hrs!
Leiden University has recently developed a strategy for advancing cooperation with Indonesian universities in various study fields and types of activities. One of the priority fields is Law and Governance.
Prof. dr. Matthias Haentjens (Hazelhoff Professor of Financial Law) will deliver the annual Meijers Lecture, entitled ‘Judge-made Law has played its part’ The changing role of the judiciary in bank insolvencies.
This week the old multifunctional (printing/ copying/ scanning) machines will be replaced by new ones. Also the old Safecom card authorisation system will be replaced by the LU-card authorisation. If you do not yet have a LU-card, you may visit the Service Desk to obtain one. This week the Service Desk will be open until 17.00H specifically for this purpose.
Due to building activities at Sterrewachtlaan you are required to take a new route to the Sterrewacht building. From 5de Binnenvestgracht you can use a temporary bridge to get to the Sterrewacht grounds by foot or bike. Bikes can be parked near the Sterrewacht building.
Willem van Boom is organising a research conference on litigation, cost rules, funding and behaviour of litigants, funders, lawyers and courts.
Nico Schrijver, Niels Blokker, Fred van Staden, Jorrit Rijpma and Pinar Ölcer present their view on the Paris attacks. Everyone is invited.
On 27 October 2015, four talented international students from Leiden University/Campus The Hague and the International Institute of Social Studies received the Wim Deetman Scholarships 2015-2016.
Is there a role for the government or international law to intervene? Leiden Law School organizes an event around the Black Pete discussion. There will be student debaters and experts participating and…. (surprise!).
The Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law is the leading general series for monographs in international law which will celebrate its 70th anniversary next year.
Magna Carta: how liberty of the subject was won and how Magna Carta can be used to think about the future.
The Leiden Law School is taking additional measures to prevent examination fraud. Existing measures will be enforced more strictly.
In her thesis, Koffemans researches how the law responses on cross-border movements in the EU with respect to morally sensitive issues. Nelleke Koffeman will defend her thesis on the 4th of November 2015
The European Convention on Human Rights was signed on 4 November 1950. Exactly 65 years later, the Leiden Law School organises a symposium. A group of leading experts will speak about the present, the past and the future of the ECHR.
“The definitive work on banking sector crisis management in the EU”
Is there a human right to family unification? This is the central question in the PhD dissertation (November 3th) of Mark Klaassen.
Fri 6 - Sun 8 November 2015 | LUCIS 6th annual conference: Islamic Law and Ethics | Leiden University
The LUCIS 6th annual conference coincided with the 8th conference of the International Society for Islamic Legal Studies (ISILS) on the theme of “Islamic Law and Ethics” from Friday 6 until Sunday 8 November 2015.