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Amsterdam Research Institute for Legal Studies

ARILS (Amsterdam Research Institute for Legal Studies) is the research institute of the Amsterdam Law School
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Springtime in Amsterdam-Peter Sloterdijk and others on voluntary taxation in a globalized world.
21 March 2019
The world-famous philosopher Peter Sloterdijk has made a claim to change taxes, gradually and carefully, from enforced levies into voluntary contributions from citizens for society (through the State as ...
Women's rights in NL - build on what's been achieved so far
18 February 2019
Dutch feminist magazine Opzij published an interview with Anniek de Ruijter, ACELG associate professor and director of Bureau Clara Wichmann. De Ruijter: there has been progress on women's rights in the Netherlands ...
Apply for Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship with ACELG
13 February 2019
Have you recently finished your PhD? Are you interested in a postdoc position to further pursue your research in European law and governance? We would like to invite you to apply for a Marie Curie grant together with ...
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European Constitutionalism, Crisis and the Security of the European Project
25 Feb 2019 15:30 - 17:00
Massimo Fichera (University of Helsinki) will present his book 'The Foundations of the EU as a Polity' in which he provides an account of European integration as a process shaped by security and fundamental rights as ...
Engaging with Domestic Law in International Adjudication
28 Feb - 1 Mar2019 09:45 - 16:15
International law today is marked by ‘judicialisation’ as a result of the proliferation of international courts and tribunals. Emphasis has been put on how international courts and tribunals actively make ...
Domestic law in international adjudication - overcoming binary oppositions
28 Feb 2019 17:15 - 18:45
Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri (Max Planck Institute Luxembourg) will discuss how considering the relationship between domestic law and international adjudication in terms of complexity will lead us to deconstruct the ...