Our European Law Moot Court team won the regional finals in Fribourg (CH)
Our European Law Moot Court team won the regional finals in Fribourg (CH) and is heading to Luxemburg to plead in front of the CJEU in April ! Congratulations to Eve Meurgey, Kati Wende, Lucile Fleuret, Jolien Timmermans as well as their coach Pauline Melin.
How is the EU responding to the evolving landscape of consumer law in the face of digitalization and climate crisis? On 6 February 2024, the Globalization & Law Network had the privilege to discuss these issues with Dr. Vanessa Mak, Professor of Civil Law at Leiden University.
PhD thesis written by Andrés Horacio Cáceres-Solari
The research argues the incompatibility of the principle of distinction as codified/internationally interpreted in modern insurgency warfare. It argues that current IHL is narrow in scope to regulate modern insurgency warfare, establishes...
On Friday 16 February, the team from the Faculty of Law competed in the Dutch National Rounds of the Jessup Moot Court Competition, the oldest and biggest moot court in the world. After finishing as the first-ranked team in the preliminary rounds, the team won the Dutch Championship round and will...