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Results: 21 - 40 of 465
  • 12 Mar 2020
    ACTL events - Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak ACTL events are postponed until further notice because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus COVID-19.

    ACTL events are postponed until further notice because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus COVID-19.

  • 11 Mar 2020
    China’s contribution to the development of International Criminal Law

    ACIL visiting fellow Elisabetta Baldassini, PhD candidate at the University of Macerata, is conducting research on China’s contribution to the development of International Criminal Law.

  • 10 Mar 2020
    Deconstructive reading of international tax law

    ACIL visiting fellow Ezgi Arık, a PhD candidate in Public Law at Koç University, is researching international tax law. She holds an LL.M degree from Koç University, Istanbul. She wrote her LL.M thesis on transfer ...

  • 4 Mar 2020
    Intersectionality theory, Non-Discrimination Law and Iranian Women

    ACELG visiting researcher Shiva Bazargan (University of Shahid Beheshti) is researching intersectionality theory and its impact on anti-discrimination law with an emphasis on Iranian women. She holds a bachelor's ...

  • 3 Mar 2020
    UvA students excel at FIAMC pre-moot competition

    A team of International Trade and Investment Law master track students reached the finals at the Pre-Moot of the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court (FIAMC) competition that was held on 28 February 2020 in ...

  • 2 Mar 2020
    On fairness, the pleasure of working with students and EU Law

    Following her guest lecture, ACELG visiting fellow Tammy Hervey (University of Sheffield) speaks to us about her early drive to establish as much fairness as possible, her pleasure in collaborating with students and ...

  • 24 Feb 2020
    Incomprehensible! On redesigning the law

    Following her guest lecture, Wendy Wagner (University of Texas at Austin) speaks to us about the many facets of incomprehensibility in legal texts and law practice. She also suggests approaches to overcome ...

  • 20 Feb 2020
    UvA students compete at European Law Moot Court regional finals

    After successfully submitting their written briefs in the fictional European Law Moot Court (ELMC) case of 'The Most Magnificent Order of the Cassowary v. The Kingdom of Antares,' the University of Amsterdam’s team ...

  • 18 Feb 2020
    UvA team wins prizes at national Jessup moot court competition

    On 30 and 31 January, students of the Amsterdam Law School’s Public International Law LLM programme participated in the national rounds of the Jessup International Law Moot Court competition. Team members Gabriela ...

  • 18 Feb 2020
    Call for 'Diverse Europe' visiting scholars

    For the visiting period from September to December 2020, the ACES 'Diverse Europe' Theme Group offers stipendiary visiting scholarships to excellent scholars who are conducting research related to diversity and ...

  • 6 Feb 2020
    (closed) Vacancy Assistant Professor Sustainable Global Economic Law (public international law)

    Please note that this vacancy is now closed /\/\/\/\ We are looking for an inspired, innovative assistant professor to engage in cross-cutting research within the law school’s research project on ‘Sustainable Global ...

  • 5 Feb 2020
    The legal dimension of the Coronavirus outbreak & measures to containing it

    In three recent articles and interviews, ACELG researcher in (international) health law and public health Anniek de Ruijter discusses a range of legal aspects regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus and pandemic ...

  • 28 Jan 2020
    ACIL research informs UNCITRAL discussions on possibilities of ISDS reform

    A recent paper by ACIL researchers Stephan W. Schill and Geraldo Vidigal is one of four papers referred to by the Secretariat of UNCITRAL to base their Note on the reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement.

  • 21 Jan 2020
    Kati Cseres and Or Brook win funding for rethinking EU and National Competition Law Enforcement

    Kati Cseres (ACELG) and Or Brook (University of Leeds) won funding from the UK’s ESRC Impact Acceleration Account for their project ‘The Priority-Setting Project: Rethinking EU And National Competition Law ...

  • 14 Jan 2020
    Amsterdam Law School joins UvA’s Global Health research priority area

    The Amsterdam Law School will participate in the UvA-wide research theme ‘Global Health’. Johan Legemaate and Anniek de Ruijter will lead the efforts on behalf of the Amsterdam Law School. An interview with Johan ...

  • 13 Jan 2020
    Or Brook wins Faculty Award 2018-2019

    Former ACELG researcher Or Brook (now University of Leeds) won the Faculty Award awarded by the University of Amsterdam's Law Faculty. She won the award for her paper 'Struggling with Article 101(3) TFEU: Diverging ...

  • 17 Dec 2019
    The World as its Ambition

    Our guest speaker Elaine Fahey (City, University of London) speaks to us about her work in mapping the EU's global ambitions, the EU's promotion of convergence and its struggle with increasing institutionalisation.

  • 11 Dec 2019
    On the privilege of researching on the fault lines between law, history and political sociology

    ACES-ACELG visiting fellow Antoine Vauchez (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne) speaks to us about the influence of the Italian mafia on his early research career, the beauty of his progression as a researcher ...

  • 11 Dec 2019
    Secondary Criminal Liability for International Crimes and Serious Human Rights Violations

    Marc Tiernan joined ACIL and the department of Criminal Law as a PhD Candidate in December 2019. His research forms part of a broader project on “The Outer Limits of Secondary Liability for International Crimes and ...

  • 2 Dec 2019
    Call for Papers: Rethinking the Role of Institutions in Economic Integration

    Over the past few years, a paradox has emerged with respect to institutions in economic integration arrangements. On the other hand, contestation of existing institutions has increased significantly, spreading from ...