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Results: 21 - 40 of 164
Results: 21 - 40 of 164
  • Janne Nijman
    Janne Nijman appointed at the Graduate Institute in Geneva
    12 May 2020
    Janne E. Nijman, Professor of History and Theory of International Law at the UvA Law School, has been appointed Professor of International law at the Graduate Institute in Geneva. She will combine this part-time ...
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    Physical complaints due to working from home?
    12 May 2020
    Not everyone will be able to work from home under the best possible conditions, which may have led to physical complaints by now. If that is the case for you, check for yourself whether you can still improve ...
  • Linde Bryk
    'The clinics can be a signboard for the UvA'
    11 May 2020
    Shortly before the coronacrisis took hold of the Netherlands, Linde Bryk started as Director Amsterdam Law Clinics at the Amsterdam Law School. In this position she will continue to put the five thematic clinics on ...
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    Continuous research into corona impact at work/life situations worldwide
    29 Apr 2020
    In the last week of March WageIndicator Foundation embarked on continuous online research into the impact of the corona crisis at work/life situations.
  • Maike Steen homeworking
    ‘You miss the shared energy, the thought processes, the exchange’
    23 Apr 2020
    The corona-related measures have accelerated homeworking and online teaching. We talk to colleagues to find out how they are experiencing this. This time Maike Steen, lecturer in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, ...
  • Daniela Obradovic
    In memoriam Daniela Obradovic
    9 Apr 2020
    With great sadness we learned of the passing away of Daniela Obradovic in the night of 2 to 3 April. Daniela was affiliated with the Amsterdam Law School for more than twenty years.
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    EU grants for three AIAS-HSI EU projects
    3 Mar 2020
    The European Commission has awarded grants to three international consortium projects at the AIAS-HSI at the Amsterdam Law School.
  • From CSECL to ACT
    11 Feb 2020
    Research institute CSECL has a new name since 1 January: ACT, Amsterdam Centre for Transformative Private Law. A new name also includes a new identity, a new direction, and new people. Marija Bartl talks about the ...
  • Anti-Corruption Excellence Award for Nathalie Dijkman
    11 Feb 2020
    Natalie Dijkman recently received the prestigious Anti-Corruption Excellence Award from the Emir of Qatar and the President of Rwanda with her start-up SEMA. Natalie is co-developer of the Start-up Incubator at the ...
  • Innovative course: the Fair Trials Clinic
    4 Feb 2020
    Lawyers who themselves face prosecution for defending gay clients or for defending alleged Islamic State terrorists. Both are example of cases that will be examined in detail and followed by Master’s students of the ...
  • Five legal questions about the coronavirus
    4 Feb 2020
    Can millions of people simply be quarantined or be required to undergo medical examinations? These are questions that are very topical, but which Anniek de Ruijter (EU law and health law) has been working on for some ...
  • Hoogleraar Law & Society Benjamin van Rooij
    Why do (and don't) people abide by the law?
    22 Jan 2020
    Benjamin van Rooij, professor of Law & Society, wonders why people do (and don’t) abide by the law. He wants to develop behavioural jurisprudence which corrects wrong views on behaviour within the law. Last year, he ...
  • Blockchain
    3.3 million for study on faith in the internet economy
    22 Jan 2020
    Researchers at the IViR Sovereignty4Europe project are exploring the principles of an ‘Internet-of-Trust’. The aim is to design a system that securely stores varied transactions in a blockchain. IViR is conducting ...
  • Refugee scholar from Syria joins Amsterdam Law School
    14 Jan 2020
    Ahmad Al Zien, a legal scholar from Syria with refugee status, will join the Amsterdam Law School in mid-January to work on the project ‘Secondary Liability for International Crimes – Case Study of Syria’. His ...
  • Amsterdam Law School joins UvA’s Global Health research priority area
    14 Jan 2020
    The Amsterdam Law School will participate in the UvA-wide research theme ‘Global Health’. Johan Legemaate and Anniek de Ruijter will lead the efforts on behalf of the Amsterdam Law School. An interview with Johan ...
  • New research into ‘community court’
    19 Dec 2019
    Nienke Doornbos (Sociology of Law) and Denis Abels (criminal Law) will be evaluating the first community cour’ in the Netherlands. This innovative ‘people-oriented’ court opened this autumn in the neighbourhood of ...
  • Five Law Hub start-ups win 2500 euros
    10 Dec 2019
    From smart online tools for immigrants, to a platform that detects copyright infringement: last Friday was the start-up event at the Law Hub. Out of the eight pitches, five winners have been chosen. Over the next six ...
  • NWO MVI grants for two Amsterdam Law School projects
    3 Dec 2019
    The NWO research programme 'Responsible Innovation. Designing for public values in a digital world' has awarded funding to two Amsterdam Law School research proposals. Berenice Boutin received 615 thousand euros for ...
  • New Law Lab: Legal Tech
    26 Nov 2019
    Master’s students of Private Law and Employment Law can now gain experience in the fast-growing field of Legal Tech in a new Law Lab. To develop this learning further, ArbeidsmarktResearch (ARR) UvA has entered into ...
  • Special graduation ceremony for military law graduates
    19 Nov 2019
    On Friday 1 November 2019, the Faculty of Law hosted a special graduation ceremony for graduates from the Military Law specialisation track. This track consists of five Master's courses intended for members of the ...