Working Papers 2011
Jaap Hage, Construction or Reconstruction? On the Function of Argumentation in the Law, No 2011/37
Jaap Hage, Can Legal Theory Be Objective? , No 2011/36
Jan Smits, Michael G. Faure, Does Law Matter? An Introduction, No 2011/35
Caroline Cauffman, The interaction of Leniency Programmes and Actions for Damages, No 2011/34
Mieke Olaerts & Caroline Cauffman, Química: further developing the rules on parent company liability. No 2011/33
Mirjami Paso, Court of Justice of the European union as a rhetorical figure. No 2011/32
Jan Smits, Is Law a Parasite? An Evolutionary Explanation of Differences Among Legal Traditions, No 2011/31
Bram Akkermans, The European Union Development of European Property law, No 2011/30
Bram Akkermans, The role of the (D)CFR in the making of European property Law, No 2011/29
Remco van Rhee, Harmonisation of civil procedure: an historical and comparative perspective, No 2011/28
Bram Akkermans, The European Union Development of European Property Law, No 2011/27
Bram Akkermans & E. Ramaekers, Free Movement of Goods and Property Law, No 2011/26
Lars van Vliet, Acquisition and Loss of Ownership of Goods – Book VIII of the Draft Common Frame of Reference, No 2011/25.
Lars van Vliet, Transfer of Movables as a Legal Act, No 2011/24
Lars van Vliet, A Factual Assessment of Book 8 of the Draft Common Frame of Reference (Acquisition and Loss of Ownership of Goods), No 2011/23
Michael Faure, Regulatory Strategies in Environmental Liability, No 2011/22.
Lars van Vliet, Mortgages on Immovables in Dutch Law in Comparison to the German Mortgage and Land Charge, No 2011/21.
Michael Faure, Globalization and Multi-Level Governance of Environmental Harm, No 2011/20.
Jaap Hage, Elusive normativity: a review article on Bertea's the normative claim of law, No 2011/19.
Nicole Kornet, English-medium legal education in continental Europe: Maastricht University's European Law School - experiences and challenges, No 2011/18.
Nicole Kornet, Building a European-oriented law curriculum, No 2011/17.
Remco van Rhee, Introduction in within a reasonable time: the history of due and undue delay in civil litigation, No 2011/16
Remco van Rhee, The history of the 'huissier de justice'in the low countries, No 2011/15.
Jan Smits, Plurality of Sources in European Private Law, or: How to Live with Legal Diversity? No 2011/14.
Jaap Hage, A model of legal acts: part 2: the operation of legal acts, No 2011/13.
Jaap Hage, A model of legal acts: part 1: the world of law, No 2011/12.
Jaap Hage, Comparative Law and Legal Science, No 2011/11.
Sjef van Erp, Teaching law in Europe: from an intra-systemic, via a trans-systemic to a supra-systemic approach, No 2011/10
Jaap Hage, Legal Transactions and the Derivation of 'Ought' from 'Is', No 2011/09.
Jaap Hage, The Method of a Truly Normative Legal Science, No 2011/08.
Nicole Kornet, Evolving general principles of international commercial contract the unidroit principles and favor contractus, No 2011/07.
Nicole Kornet, Contracting in China: Comparative Observations on Freedom of Contract, Contract Formation, Battle of Forms and Standard Form Contracts, No 2011/06.
Caroline Cauffman, Injunctions at the Request of Third Parties in EU Competition Law, No 2011/05
Caroline Cauffman, The DCFR and the Attempts to Increase the Private Enforcement of Competition Law: Convergences and Divergences, No 2011/04.
Martin Gelter & Mathias Siems, Networks, Dialogues or One-Way Traffic? An Empirical Analysis of Cross-Citations Between Ten European Supreme Courts, No. 2011/03.
Jan Smits, European Legal Education, or: How to Prepare Students for Global Citizenship? No. 2011/02
Jan Smits, The Right to Change Your Mind? Rethining the Usefulness of Mandatory Rights of Withdrawal in Consumer Contract Law, No.2011/01.