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Results: 1 - 20 of 191
  • Vacancy Assistant Professor in European Law
    30 Mar 2021
    ACELG is looking for a highly motivated and flexible assistant professor to teach and conduct research in the field of European law. You will join a vibrant research community and successful educational programmes. ...
  • Latest ACELG newsletter
    11 Mar 2021
    The latest ACELG newsletter is now available to read. Find out what our researchers have been working on most recently and register for upcoming events.
  • Free, Fair & Green? Governing Europe’s Trade Relations in a Changing Global Economic Order
    8 Mar 2021
    ACES has awarded a research grant of 125.000 Euro to an interdisciplinary team composed of Maria Weimer, Geraldo Vidigal, Pola Cebulak, Philip Schleifer and Sebastian Krapohl for a project titled: "Free, fair and ...
  • Online Brussels Trip 2021 for UvA Law Students
    5 Mar 2021
    From 1 – 5 March 2021, Sophie Dura organized together with Thomas Vandamme and Kati Cseras a week of daily talks with professionals working in Brussels. The aim of the trip was to offer to the LLM students of the ...
  • 5 legal questions on vaccine distribution
    22 Feb 2021
    Fair distribution of vaccines around the world, saving lives and money. It sounds like utopia, but is it? Katrina Perehudoff works at the Law Centre for Health and Life at the University of Amsterdam and answers five ...
  • To watch: The Place of Politics in the Concept of Separated Powers
    3 Dec 2020
    If you missed the SepaRope lecture given by Professor Christoph Möllers, you can now watch a recording of the session on YouTube.
  • René Smits: UvA Lecturer of the Year 2020
    22 Oct 2020
    René Smits was elected Teacher of the Year 2020 during the Education Day. We warmly congratulate him with this honorable appointment!
  • ‘Individual sovereignty’ in pandemic times – A contradiction in terms?
    15 Oct 2020
    Over the past months, appeals to ‘individual sovereignty’ have brought together a wide range of political actors across Europe, united in their rejection of face masks, ‘social distancing’, and other forms of ...
  • Contested EU policy-making in the field of migration
    14 Oct 2020
    Davide Gnes joined ACELG in September 2020 as a post-doc researcher in the context of the project “Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe” (SepaRope), which aims to examine the theory and practice of separation ...
  • ACM Scriptieprijs
    Ágnes Sipiczki wins ACM thesis prize 2020
    12 Oct 2020
    Ágnes Sipiczki, former LLM student EU Competition Law and Regulation and ACELG Research Assistant, has won the 1st thesis prize at the ACM Dag van de Scriptie’ thesis competition.
  • The Deepness of Fundamental Rights in the New Generation EU Free Trade Agreements
    26 Aug 2020
    Isabella Mancini (City, University of London) will be joining ACELG in September 2020 as a visiting fellow. Isabella is a final-year doctoral student enrolled at the Institute for the Study of European Law (ISEL) at ...
  • PhD vacancy 'EU-India Legal Relations for Pandemic Vaccine Approval and Purchasing'
    26 Aug 2020
    The Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) and ACELG are looking for an enthusiastic, dedicated and well-organized PhD researcher, preferably a graduate of a research master, who is specialized ...
  • Vacancy Management & Communications assistant
    17 Jul 2020
    ACELG and ACIL are looking for a versatile and enthusiastic individual who combines a knack for internal and external communication with a structured working style and eye for detail. You are self-guided and show ...
  • Valentina Carraro (VU Amsterdam)
    Fight against torture and other forms of violence
    17 Jul 2020
    Valentina Carraro (VU Amsterdam) joined ACELG and ACIL as a visiting researcher in April 2020. Her research is highly interdisciplinary, combining international law and international relations. Her research interests ...
  • Amanda Mauri
    Market governance with significant health consequences
    14 Jul 2020
    Amanda Mauri (University of Michigan) will be joining ACELG during the 2020-21 academic year as a visiting researcher. Her research explores market governance with significant health consequences. Specifically, she ...
  • Tiziana Melchiore
    European Law in the Arctic
    14 Jul 2020
    In September 2020, Tiziana Melchiorre will join the Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) as a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow. She will develop a research project titled ‘The European Union in the Arctic.’ ...
  • Piotr Krajewski
    Interinstitutional power dynamics in EU trade policy
    14 Jul 2020
    Piotr Krajewski will start his PhD at the University of Amsterdam in September 2020 as one of the researchers within the project “Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe” (SepaRope). SepaRope aims to examine the ...
  • Ivana Isailović
    The interplay between economic globalization, law, and gender inequalities
    14 Jul 2020
    Starting in August 2020, Ivana Isailović will be joining ACELG as assistant professor of EU law. She will coordinate the 'Principles and Foundations of EU Law' course for master students, and will be teaching in ...
  • Bronwen Morgan (UNSW Law)
    Locally embedded, internationally energised
    16 Jun 2020
    In conversation Bronwen Morgan (UNSW Sydney) tells us about her passion for socio-legal research and developing new legal forms for economic transactions, human needs vs human rights, the importance of experiments of ...
  • Four student in the UvA team
    UvA team in HSF Competition Law Moot Court
    11 Jun 2020
    Despite extraordinary circumstances, the UvA team was ranked eighth out of 30 teams in the first round of the Herbert Smith Freehills Competition Law Moot Court Competition.