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Results: 1 - 20 of 309
Results: 1 - 20 of 309
  • Artist Saša Ostoja creates special artwork for the Law Hub
    14 Jun 2021
    Due to the corona measures, it has been quiet in the Law Hub lately. Therefore we seized this period to upgrade our location. We have joined forces with the Amsterdam artist Saša Ostoja, who allows you with his ...
  • HumanRisk Podcast with guest Benjamin van Rooij
    9 Jun 2021
    Listen to the latest HumanRisk podcast with Christian Hunt and guest Professor Benjamin van Rooij.
  • Book Release: The Behavioral Code: The Hidden Ways the Law Makes Us Better...or Worse
    9 Jun 2021
    Freakonomics for the law–the revolutionary behavioral science insights into how law fails to reduce misbehavior and what we can do about it.
  • Book Release: The Cambridge Handbook of Compliance
    9 Jun 2021
    Cambridge University Press has just published The Cambridge Handbook of Compliance (edited by Benjamin van Rooij and D. Daniel Sokol). 
  • 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 ...
  • For those who weren’t there: the highlights of our Legal Start-up Event
    7 Jun 2021
    Last Thursday we organized our first Legal Start-up Event in which we entirely focussed on our justice entrepreneurs and innovation within the legal tech sector. We look back on a successful day together with ...
  • Killer algorithms: how to keep military AI under human control
    7 Jun 2021
    Although types of automated weapons have existed for hundreds of years – with anti-personnel mines being the earliest example – the development of such systems controlled by artificial intelligence (AI) has bought ...
  • KNAW Early Career Partnerships for four UvA researchers
    19 May 2021
    UvA researchers Eddie Brummelman, Dimitri van den Meerssche, Fabiola Müller and Loes Pouwels have all been awarded KNAW Early Career Partnerships. They will each be given the opportunity to organise an ...
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    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.
  • Head of a man
    Legal techies of today and tomorrow
    29 Apr 2021
    Mark Thursday the 3rd of June in your calendar to join our legal start-up event together with StartupAmsterdam!
  • Your chance to compete with PhDs from other UvA Faculties
    13 Apr 2021
    UvA presents its very first UvA-wide Pitch Competition for researchers, which was initiated by the Amsterdam Law Hub!
  • To new perspectives for a fairer justice system
    25 Mar 2021
    Monday the 29th of March is the kick-off of our very first Master's course, Justice Entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Law of the UvA!
  • 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 ...
  • Blockchain
    Smartphone documentary on blockchain and trust
    8 Mar 2021
    'With the development of far-reaching digital technologies, distrust is also growing,' concludes Balázs Bodó. He is one of the researchers in the new innovative smartphone documentary about trust in digital ...
  • 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 ...
  • How will AI and digital technologies transform democracy and the media?
    22 Feb 2021
    How will AI change media? What new opportunities can AI create for democracy? And what conditions need to be fulfilled for these things to happen? Starting Monday, 22 February, researchers from the University of ...
  • Pitch perfect: A workshop to help FdR researchers perfect their grant pitches
    16 Feb 2021
    If you ever applied for any research grant, you know how important it is to be short and concise. For this reason, the Law Hub is hosting the online workshop 'Pitch Perfect' on Friday the 19th of March in which you ...
  • Funding available for legal or justice innovations
    11 Feb 2021
    Do you also believe that technology can be the solution to justice or legal problems or do you have any specific ideas on this topic yourself? Read on, perhaps we are able to help!
  • ‘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. ...