Blog door Aalt Willem Heringa @lawawh over de Brexit en constitutionele aspecten. Het is tijd om kort de balans op te maken over de #Brexit overeenkomst. Wat zijn de interne opties? >> https://t.co/e45FxvTJLZ https://t.co/jXhAsq9i0X
The Faculty of Law has a strong and distinct international profile both in education and research. Our faculty is an inspiring and lively place where enthusiastic and inquisitive researchers attempt to find answers to the important legal issues of today. Researchers are able to flourish in the faculty’s vibrant academic community. They develop their own research projects, within the contours set by the faculty’s research programme. Research is focused on the study of the role of law in an increasingly globalised society.
Research involves studying both institutional and substantive developments in the process of Europeanisation and globalisation and the role of the national legal order therein. This takes place by means of comparative research and research in the field of European law, international economic law and human rights in a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary context. To this end, various research methods are applied whereby more traditional methods are combined with empirical research methods.
Maastricht Graduate School of Law
The Maastricht Graduate School of Law offers a stimulating and internationally oriented environment for legal research. It is dedicated to train excellent PhD researchers and honours students from all over the world to extend, deepen and actively apply their knowledge, so as to become highly qualified researchers.
Faculty Research institutes
- Maastricht Centre for European Law (MCEL)
- Montesquieu Institute Maastricht
- Institute for Corporate Law, Governance and Innovations Policies (ICGI)
- Institute for Transnational Legal Research (METRO)
- Maastricht European Private Law Institute (M-EPLI)
- Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation (IGIR)
- Maastricht Centre for Human Rights (MCfHR)
- Maastricht European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity (ECPC)
Interfaculty Research Institutes
- Centre for European Research in Maastricht (CERiM)
- Institute for Transnational and Euregional Cross Border Cooperation and Mobility (ITEM)
- Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE)
- Maastricht Centre for Arts and Culture, Conservation and Heritage (MACCH)
- Maastricht Centre for Taxation (MCT)
ITEM publishes Cross-border Impact Assessment for 2018Thursday, November 15, 2018
The ITEM Cross-border Impact Assessment 2018 has been published! The report is intended as a valuable tool for policy makers at regional, national and European level when taking decisions on legislation and regulations with (additional) effects for border regions.
Frontier workers not eligible for BaukindergeldThursday, November 15, 2018
In March the German coalition agreed to a subsidy aimed at stimulating young families' own home ownership financially. Only people living in Germany are eligible. What does this mean for taxpaying frontier workers? The Baukindergeld was examined in the framework of ITEM’s annual Cross-border Impact Assessment .
ITEM participates in Expert Panel on a Cross-border MechanismMonday, November 12, 2018
On invitation of the Rapporteur Matthijs van Miltenburg, Martin Unfried of expertise centre ITEM participated in an expert panel about a cross-border mechanismorganised by the ALDE Group on 18 October 2018.