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Results: 1 - 20 of 175
  • Daniel Smit
    How can we share the ‘tax cake’ fairly?
    18 Oct 2021
    Placing an order online across the border is a snap. But what about tax? The digitalisation of the economy has disrupted the current international taxation system. As professor by special appointment of the Taxation ...
  • Thilo Marauhn professor by special appointment International Arms Control Law
    13 Sep 2021
    Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn (58) has been appointed professor by special appointment of International Arms Control Law at Amsterdam Law School. Marauhn will conduct research on international arms control agreements and ...
  • UvA appoints 3 new assistant professors to research on how tax systems should be designed for a cashless, platform-based and technology-driven society
    30 Aug 2021
    The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has appointed Dr. Giorgio Beretta, Dr. Claudio Cipollini and Ms. Svitlana Buriak as assistant professors in the field of tax law. The incoming experts will join the Amsterdam Centre ...
  • Juan Manuel Vazquez
    How do you audit Uber drivers and Airbnbers?
    23 Aug 2021
    Citizens who earn money through online platforms, such as Airbnb and Uber, often do not pay taxes on this income by themselves. To combat this fraud, governments are imposing increasingly strict reporting rules on ...
  • Lecturer Fatjon Kaja
    Fatjon Kaja Lecturer of the Year 2021
    7 Jun 2021
    Fatjon Kaja (28), lecturer in the Minor Law & Economics and the Master's Law & Finance, has been chosen as Amsterdam Law School Lecturer of the Year 2021. A total of 56 lecturers from the Amsterdam Law School were ...
  • Digitale globe
    The DSC Awards Funding for Data-Driven Research at the Amsterdam Law School
    11 May 2021
    Through the Accelerate Programme, the DSC has awarded funding for a data scientist or engineer to join the Amsterdam Research Institute for Legal Studies (ARILS) to introduce the use of data science within the faculty.
  • A ‘front door’
    A new entrance for REC A
    15 Mar 2021
    ‘Amsterdam Law School’ is proudly displayed in large letters on the facade and above the entrance to REC A. The lobby of our faculty has been given a makeover. When the faculty is lively and bustling again, the new ...
  • Consumers need better online protection from digital service providers
    23 Feb 2021
    The Unfair Contract Terms Directive needs to be updated for digital service providers. This is what Marco Loos and Joasia Luzak argue in their study 'Update the Unfair Contract Terms directive for digital services'. ...
  • 5 legal questions on vaccine distribution
    22 Feb 2021
    Fair distribution of vaccines around the world, saving lives and money. It sounds like utopia, but is it? Katrina Perehudoff works at the Law Centre for Health and Life at the University of Amsterdam and answers five ...
  • ‘My research is breaking up the silos’
    8 Feb 2021
    Recent study by Dr Kristina Irion joins up three EU policy areas that intersect in the digital age: consumer protection, EU governance of AI and EU external trade. "They are becoming so intertwined', says Dr. Irion. ...
  • Behind the scenes of online education
    5 Jan 2021
    It is the new reality for all of us: giving and receiving online education. Students and lecturers hardly meet at the REC anymore, and exams no longer take place at physical locations. In an interview serie, faculty ...
  • A look behind the scenes of online education
    8 Dec 2020
    It is the new reality for all of us: giving and receiving online education. Students and lecturers hardly meet at the REC anymore, and exams no longer take place at physical locations. Lecturers and other employees ...
  • Martijn Nouwen in European Parliament on harmful tax practices
    1 Dec 2020
    Martijn Nouwen (Amsterdam Law School) will be heard as an expert on Tuesday 1 December 2020 in a hearing of the European Parliament on the European approach to tackling harmful tax practices.
  • Liza Mossing Holsteijn
    Behind the scenes of online education
    23 Nov 2020
    It is the new reality for all of us: giving and receiving online education. Students and lecturers hardly meet at the REC anymore, and exams no longer take place at physical locations. Lecturers and other employees ...
  • A look behind the scenes of online education
    10 Nov 2020
    It is the new reality for all of us: giving and receiving online education. Students and lecturers hardly meet at the REC anymore, and exams no longer take place at physical locations. Lecturers and other employees ...
  • Intake of Amsterdam Law School students increases sharply
    10 Nov 2020
    Both bachelor's and master's programmes at the Amsterdam Law School have considerably more first year students this year than last year, with 28% and 25% increases, respectively. The corona crisis seems to play a ...
  • Linde Bryk
    Linde Bryk in VIVA400
    9 Nov 2020
    Linde Bryk is nominated for the VIVA400 Award! Linde is praised for her work as a human rights lawyer and as a strategic legal assistant for women's rights. 'I teach students to use the law to correct inequalities'.
  • Rene Smits
    René Smits: UvA Lecturer of the Year 2020
    20 Oct 2020
    René Smits was elected Teacher of the Year 2020 during the Education Day. We warmly congratulate him with this honorable appointment!
  • Irma van den Berg 'Most socially committed lawyer'
    19 Oct 2020
    Irma van den Berg of the Lawyers for Lawyers foundation has been named the 'Most socially involved lawyer' in the Netherlands this year by SDU publishers. In the nineties she graduated from the Amsterdam Law School. ...
  • 2 Students of European Competition Law and regulation win thesis prizes
    12 Oct 2020
    Earlier this month, at the Annual Conference of the Stichting Ontwikkelingen Mededingingsrecht, our former LLM students European Competition law and Regulation Lousine Hovhanisian and Mia Monas have won a shared 2nd ...