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Amsterdam Law School

Results: 1 - 20 of 60
Results: 1 - 20 of 60
  • The World as its Ambition
    17 Dec 2019
    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.
  • On the privilege of researching on the fault lines between law, history and political sociology
    11 Dec 2019
    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 ...
  • ACELG students Sylwia Kałaska and Alexandros Ntallas
    Recognition for ACELG students master theses
    19 Nov 2019
    Sylwia Kałaska and Alexandros Ntallas, two students supervised by ACELG members, were both publicly recognised for the outstanding qualities of their master theses.
  • Brexit Brits in the Netherlands
    18 Nov 2019
    ACELG professor Annete Schrauwen was interviewed by the Brexit Brits Abroad podcast to discuss the (legal) situation of British citizens in the Netherlands.
  • Jan Broulik
    Distortion of competition policy by private interests
    22 Oct 2019
    Jan Broulík joined ACELG this summer as Assistant Professor in European Law. He will be teaching and coordinating a variety of master and bachelor courses, and especially competition law.
  • Yannick van den Berg, Sustainable Global Economic Law, Amsterdam Law School
    SGEL PhD candidate Yannick van den Berg
    21 Oct 2019
    In September 2019, Yannick van den Berg started his PhD research at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance and the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. Yannick will be doing research in the ...
  • Anniek de Ruijter & Maria Weimer, Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance
    Interview with Anniek de Ruijter and Maria Weimer on EU health law & risk regulation
    17 Oct 2019
    Ahead of their joint book launch event on Monday, 28 October 2019 at Amsterdam Law School, Anniek de Ruijter and Maria Weimer speak about the limitations in the EU's ability to regulate public health and ...
  • UvA-IBFD Advanced LLM in International Tax Law: early acceptance open for 2020-2021 academic year
    17 Oct 2019
    Applications are open – early acceptance possibility for application before the 1st of January 2020.
  • Nathalie McNabb, ACELG PhD candidate
    ACELG PhD student Nathalie McNabb
    16 Oct 2019
    Nathalie McNabb joined ACELG as external PhD candidate, with a focus on EU data protection law.
  • Or Brook (Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance)
    Or Brook on a novel approach to EU Competition Law
    1 Oct 2019
    Former ACELG PhD researcher Or Brook (University of Leeds) talks to us about the benefits of her fairly uncommon, empirical approach to studying EU Competition Law, which entailed the manual coding of over 3000 cases.
  • Adam McCann (University of Exeter)
    Researching Assisted Dying in Europe
    17 Sep 2019
    ACELG visiting fellow Adam McCann (University of Exeter) speaks to us about the joys and pitfalls of teaching, the interplay between research and teaching and his research on assisted dying in Europe.
  • Memory Detection: Does it work in practice?
    3 Sep 2019
    Memory detection techniques can be used to test whether someone has knowledge that only the perpetrator of a particular crime would know. Numerous experiments have corroborated the reliability of the results, but to ...
  • Adv LLM Ceremony and Amsterdam Distinguished Lecture in International Tax Law
    22 Aug 2019
    The Distinguished Lecture will be preceded by an academic ceremony during which the 2019 class of the UvA/IBFD Advanced Master’s in International Tax Law: Policy, Principles and Practice, will be honoured. The ...
  • New book: Taxing the Digital Economy – The EU Proposals and other insights
    20 Aug 2019
    This book edited by Pasquale Pistone and Dennis Weber discusses the various aspects of the taxation of the digital economy, from value creation to significant digital presence to the digital services tax.
  • Prof. Simon Deakin, Cambridge University
    Simon Deakin on how to build a dataset of labour laws with global reach
    13 Aug 2019
    Following his guest lecture on "The Economic Significance of Laws Relating to Employment Protection and Different Forms of Employment", Simon Deakin (University of Cambridge) speaks to us about the algorithmic nature ...
  • Maria Weimer, Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance
    Maria Weimer awarded Veni grant by Dutch Research Council
    17 Jul 2019
    Dutch Research Council (NWO) awarded ACELG researcher Dr. Maria Weimer a Veni grant of 250,000 euros for her 3-year research project “Making the EU a global leader in fighting deforestation.”
  • De Deense beneficial ownership zaken: de gevolgen voor de dividendbelasting en de deelnemingsvrijstelling
    25 Jun 2019
    De Deense beneficial ownership arresten van het HvJEU hebben veel losgemaakt. Is het HvJEU echt een andere koers ingeslagen met betrekking tot de bestrijding van belastingontwijking? En wat is de invloed hiervan op ...
  • Filipe Brito Bastos, Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance
    ReNEUAL Award for Filipe Brito Bastos
    20 Jun 2019
    Filipe Brito Bastos, postdoctoral researcher at ACELG, was one of the four recipients of the Young Scholars Award of ReNEUAL (Research Networks for European Administrative Law) at its 10th anniversary conference on ...
  • Kimberlé Crenshaw
    Kimberlé Crenshaw: militant, exhilarating
    18 Jun 2019
    In a packed lecture hall, Kimberlé Crenshaw gave an inspiring lecture last week on her groundbreaking and globally authoritative work in the field of intersectionality (crossroads theory).
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    Tamar de Waal wins VWR dissertation prize
    18 Jun 2019
    Tamar de Waal, assistant professor (university lecturer) of Legal Philosophy, has won the dissertation prize awarded by the Association for Philosophy of Law (Vereniging voor de Wijsbegeerte van het Recht, VWR). The ...