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Results: 1 - 20 of 262
  • 20 May 2020
    'The human side of law'

    'People often don't know what rights they have. In order to help them, we help them with their questions'. Initiator Anne Coppelmans founded Juridisch Advies-Covid-19 to help people during and after the corona crisis.

  • 18 May 2020
    No online proctoring Amsterdam Law School in block five

    Amsterdam Law School is not going to use online proctoring in the fifth examination block of this academic year. The UvA decided last week that faculties can opt for this system of surveillance if there is no ...

  • 12 May 2020
    Janne Nijman appointed at the Graduate Institute in Geneva

    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 ...

  • 12 May 2020
    Physical complaints due to working from home?

    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 ...

  • 11 May 2020
    'The clinics can be a signboard for the UvA'

    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 ...

  • 29 Apr 2020
    Continuous research into corona impact at work/life situations worldwide

    In the last week of March WageIndicator Foundation embarked on continuous online research into the impact of the corona crisis at work/life situations.

  • 23 Apr 2020
    ‘You miss the shared energy, the thought processes, the exchange’

    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, ...

  • 20 Apr 2020
    COVID-19 and Human Rights: Under pressure

    This new blog post by students provides a few examples of how COVID-19 measures may impact human rights; to which extent can Governments impose strict measures to tackle COVID-19, how are the rights of vulnerable ...

  • 9 Apr 2020
    In memoriam Daniela Obradovic

    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.

  • 31 Mar 2020
    A reward for ideas that help others

    Have you started something during the coronacrisis to help others? Big, or very small? The Amsterdam Law Hub wants to seek out and reward you with 500 EUR, as an encouragement to keep up the good work!

  • 26 Mar 2020
    Dutch citizens support European solidarity in fighting epidemic

    Dutch citizens are prepared to give the European Union a more central role when it comes to fighting an epidemic. This is the result of a survey conducted before the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis by an ...

  • 5 Mar 2020
    UvA scientists explain the implications of the coronavirus

    The coronavirus last week reached the Netherlands and began to spread around the country. How has the Dutch population reacted? What is a useful frame of reference for this situation? And what are the legal ...

  • 3 Mar 2020
    EU grants for three AIAS-HSI EU projects

    The European Commission has awarded grants to three international consortium projects at the AIAS-HSI at the Amsterdam Law School.

  • 20 Feb 2020
    Joti Roest, professor of Company Law

    Dr Joti Roest (1964) has been appointed professor of Company Law at the UvA’s Amsterdam Law School.

  • 13 Feb 2020
    Marie Curie Fellowships awarded to thirteen UvA researchers

    Thirteen talented UvA researchers have been awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships to conduct their research. The fellowships are personal grants, which range from around €175,000 to €280,000 euros for ...

  • 11 Feb 2020
    From CSECL to ACT

    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 ...

  • 11 Feb 2020
    Anti-Corruption Excellence Award for Nathalie Dijkman

    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 ...

  • 4 Feb 2020
    Innovative course: the Fair Trials Clinic

    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 ...

  • 4 Feb 2020
    Five legal questions about the coronavirus

    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 ...

  • 23 Jan 2020
    Marija Bartl, professor of Transnational Private Law

    Dr Marija Bartl (1980) has been appointed professor of Transnational Private Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam.