As an assistant professor Administrative and Migration Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Amsterdam I am involved in teaching in the bachelor and master programme of the Amsterdam Law School.
In my research projects I focus on the social-economic impact of regulation. Pending projects concern (amongst others):
I wrote my PhD ( Staat, markt en migrant ,BJU, The Hague : 2007) on the regulation of labour migration to the Netherlands between 1945 and 2006. Furthermore, I have written on issues such as gender and migration and the free movement rights in respect to the enlargement of the European Union. I have also conducted, and participated in, several country comparisons.
Recently the Dutch Association for Migration Research (www.damr.nl) was founded and I was one of the founding board members. As of December 2012 I have been appointed a member of the Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs (Adviescommissie voor Vreemdelingenzaken - ACVZ).
Prior to my academic career I worked as an immigration lawyer with Everaert Immigration Lawyers in Amsterdam and as a honorary judge at the immigration chamber of the Amsterdam District Court.
I teach the following courses:
Amsterdam Law School: Bestuursrecht; Nederlands vreemdelingenrecht, VAR-pleitwedstrijd, EU Migration Law: Forced and Unforced migration into the EU
PPLE: Comparative Administrative Law
PAO Eggens Actualiteiten Economisch Migratierechthttp://eggens.uva.nl/cursussen/alle-cursussen-op-rechtsgebied.html
Intra Corporate Transferee Directive: central themes, problem issues and implementation in selected Member States
Friday 10 November 2017
Location: Grotius Building, Radboud University Nijmegen