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Results: 121 - 140 of 166
Results: 121 - 140 of 166
  • Douma, Sjoerd, hoogleraar FdR, Internationaal en Europees Formeel Belastingrecht
    Inaugural Lecture Sjoerd Douma: Miscommunication and Distrust in the International Tax Debate
    12 Jun 2018
    On Thursday 14 June 2018, Sjoerd Douma will officially accept the position of Professor of International and European Tax Law with a daring and highly topical inaugural lecture. In conversation with Sjoerd Douma on ...
  • Angry response to obligtory vaccination proposal
    5 Jun 2018
    An opinion piece in favour of obligatory vaccination - written by Roland Pierik and Marcel Verweij and published in de Volkskrant - has aroused intense disscussion on social media. They propose that vaccination be ...
  • Reinier Kooiman: 'Open limited partnership a tax-dodging vehicle'
    5 Jun 2018
    An ACTL tax specialist has once again managed to cause a stir in tax circles. Wealthy residents of the Netherlands often make use of 'open' limited partnerships (open commanditaire vennootschappen, or CVs) to hide ...
  • 'Get native peoples involved in protection'
    5 Jun 2018
    An Australian carpet manufacturer uses images produced by Aboriginal artists without their permission: who protects the cultural expressions of native peoples? PhD candidate Kelly Breemen has researched the panoply ...
  • Balázs Bodó Named to National Blockchain Agenda Committee
    29 May 2018
    A blockchain research agenda has, for the first time, been proposed at the national level. Balázs Bodó, affiliated with the IViR, is a member of the advisory committee supported by the Netherlands Organization for ...
  • L. Song Richardson
    Song Richardson to visit the Amsterdam Law School on 1 June 2018
    22 May 2018
    Song Richardson, Dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law will visit the Amsterdam Law School on 1 June 2018. In a round table meeting she will share her experience on Experiential Education in ...
  • Dr. Jill Coster van Voorhout will moderate sessions of a seminar on education-related violations of international law in Geneva
    15 May 2018
    On 24 May in Geneva Ms. mr. dr. drs. Jill Coster van Voorhout (PhD, LLM, MSc), together with Ambassador Stephen Rapp, former Ambassador of war crimes at-large under the Obama administration, will preside over a ...
  • Nik de Boer
    ‘The topic of European integration lies within the political domain – not with the courts’
    1 May 2018
    Taking decisions on European integration is not the sole prerogative of national parliaments in all Member States; in some cases, constitutional courts are able to exert great influence. PhD candidate Nik de Boer has ...
  • Much Ado about ACTL Request for Dividend Withholding Tax Memos
    24 Apr 2018
    The dividend withholding tax memos do indeed appear to have been drawn up and will finally be released, according to Prime Minister Rutte in a statement made yesterday. Once Jan van de Streek and Martijn Nouwen had ...
  • Free online training for staff members
    24 Apr 2018
    Staff members at the Amsterdam Law School have free and unlimited access to the online training modules offered by “GoodHabitz”, a virtual learning environment that covers a wide variety of subjects, including the ...
  • Panel Discussion on Eastern Ghouta
    24 Apr 2018
    The Syria Legal Network, in cooperation with ASA International Law and the War Reparations Centre, will be organising a panel discussion on the recent events in the Eastern Ghouta region of Syria entitled “The Siege ...
  • Hadassa Noorda
    Rubicon Grant for Hadassa Noorda
    10 Apr 2018
    Hadassa Noorda has been awarded a Rubicon grant by The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) for her research into the protection of individual liberty in times of terrorism. The grant will enable ...
  • New EU-project: 'NEWEFIN, New Employments Forms and Challenges to Industrial Relations'
    29 Mar 2018
    Prof. dr. Ronald Beltzer and Nuria Ramos Martín, from the Labour Law Department, will coordinate the new EU project: NEWEFIN - New Employment Forms and Challenges to Industrial Relations, funded by the European ...
  • Pills
    'Drug advertising governed by sound legislation'
    13 Mar 2018
    'Record fines medical advertising'. 'More sponsorship for healthcare providers'. Despite worrying reports in the media, the legislation pertaining to medicines available by prescription only has proved to be very ...
  • Roland Pierik
    Roland Pierik Deputy Director of Research
    13 Mar 2018
    Roland Pierik is the new Deputy Director of Research at the Amsterdam Law School. In his capacity as Dean, Andre Nollkaemper assumes the role of Acting Director of Research.
  • Debates on the Legal Profession in SPUI25
    6 Mar 2018
    In March 2018, the Amsterdam Law School will be holding three debates at SPUI25 that touch upon various current socio-legal issues: the lawyer’s role in society, professional ethics at the Zuidas, and e-Courts. ...
  • WTO Moot Court Team
    UvA WTO Moot Court Team Reaches Finals
    6 Mar 2018
    The UvA will be represented in the finals of the WTO Moot Court Competition to be held from 19 to 24 June 2018 in Geneva. Students Aline Fadié, Anna Šablicová, Kehinde Ibrahim and Lilian Meinen make up one of the ...
  • G.K. Sluiter
    Vici Grant for Göran Sluiter
    27 Feb 2018
    Göran Sluiter has been awarded a Vici Grant by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for his research into secondary liability in connection with serious human rights violations and international ...
  • Amsterdam Law School sought-after by the Municipality
    20 Feb 2018
    There is more - and more frequent - collaboration between the municipality of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Law School. According to Chief Science Officer at the Municipality of Amsterdam Caroline Nevejan, policymakers ...
  • NWO research programme VWdata approved
    6 Feb 2018
    The research programme VWdata has been fully funded. Investigators from IViR, AScoR and Delft University of Technology can now start work on the sub-project 'Fair News: reporting news in the age of Big Data'.