Faculty of Law
The Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam favours an international and interdisciplinary approach. Many staff members practice law, while others maintain ties to the corporate world. Law clinics provide students both a chance to give back to the community and to gain practical experience.
With over 3700 students and 400 staff, the Faculty of Law is one of the largest law schools in the Netherlands.
The University of Amsterdam Faculty of Law houses bachelor's programmes in General Law, Tax Law, and Notarial Law. Masters students can choose from a variety of degree programmes, including: Public Law, Private Law, International and European Law, Labour Law, Information Law, Tax Law and Notarial Law.
The Amsterdam Research Institute for Legal Studies encompasses many research groups and centres studying a variety of topics, including international and European law, contract law, tax law, information law and more. Faculty research priorities include private and public European law, information law and the international rule of law.