As from 1 June 2020, dr Kees Sterk has been appointed as endowed professor of European Administration of Justice. The chair has been placed within the Department of Public Law. The purpose of the endowed chair is to increase knowledge regarding the application of European law in a broad sense (including the ECHR) within Dutch case law, including from a comparative law perspective.
Springer recently published a comparative overview of the law on company groups containing a contribution by Prof. Mieke Olaerts on company groups in the Netherlands.
PhD thesis written by Lavinia Kortese.
Blurring the lines of competences between the internal market and education.
In an ideal European Union everyone should be able to work and study in a Member State of their choice. This is difficult in practice, according to research by lawyer Lavinia Kortese, a researcher at ITEM. Lavinia dived into the maze of rules and has written recommendations that benefit mobility in the EU.
PhD thesis written by Luuk van der Baaren.
A Comparative Analysis of the Toleration of Dual Nationality from an Emigration Perspective”.
PhD thesis written by Jonathan Huijts.
This dissertation is about disadvantage compensation, in other words: compensation for lawful government action. This topic is currently regulated by dozens of laws and hundreds of lower regulations.
PhD thesis written by Renan Saraiva Benigno.
Estimating eyewitness memory accuracy is crucial in forensic settings, given the need for efficient investigations and the negative consequences of erroneous testimony. In fact, mistaken identifications of innocent suspect have contributed to numerous miscarriages of justice, which often results in many years of innocent lives spent in prison.
Last week we received the wonderful news that Matteo Bonelli has been awarded one of the five Research Prizes from the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation for his PhD dissertation titled ‘A Union of Values; Safeguarding Democracy, the Rule of Law and Human Rights in the EU Member States’.
This Annual Report highlights the main activities of the Centre that were undertaken in the year 2019.
On Thursday 16th April the GLaw members innaugurated a series of meetings we are celebrating every two weeks, where our members expose in a casual session our ongoing research.
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