The EU project REconciling sCience, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders (RECIPES) aims to analyse how the precautionary principle can be applied in the European Union while still encouraging innovation.
The Preventive Law chair is held by Prof. Eric van de Luijtgaarden. The aim of this chair is to link practice-oriented research at Zuyd University of Applied Sciences to UM's fundamental scientific research and to train lawyers from Limburg who can both solve and prevent legal problems.
The Faculties of Law of Airlangga University in Surabaya and Maastricht University, along with the Maastricht School of Management (MSM), collaborated on the important mission of strengthening skills, ethics, and integrity in Indonesian legal education.
Maastricht University Elverding chairholders Mieke Olaerts and Rob Bauer hosted an online webinar and debate session dedicated to the European Green Deal and how modern corporations can contribute to achieving a sustainable European future.
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science has invested 4 million euros to strengthen research at the Faculty of Law. The funds are being used to form two interdisciplinary research groups, Globalization & Law Network and Law & Tech Lab, as well as to promote young research talent.
Worldwide CO2 emissions have to be dramatically reduced and universities have a responsibility to address their carbon footprints. The Faculty of Law, in cooperation with the Maastricht Sustainability Institute, brought together experts to investigate the policy approaches that are needed.
As endowed professor for Administration of European Justice, Prof. Kees Sterk is tasked with increasing knowledge regarding the application of European law in a broad sense within Dutch case law, also from a comparative law perspective.
As part of the larger NWO research project Invisible Children, which studies the development rights of children living in unrecognised states, Marieke Hopman conducted a case study of children living in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (Western Sahara).
Based on profiles built through massive data collection, internet users see different content, advertising and even prices. This research project investigates the legal, ethical and technical possibilities of using fake personas to get insights into how the online world is shown to different types of consumers.