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Results: 41 - 60 of 199
  • (closed) Vacancy Assistant Professor Sustainable Global Economic Law (private law)
    16 Mar 2020
    (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 Economic Law ...
  • Intersectionality theory, Non-Discrimination Law and Iranian Women
    4 Mar 2020
    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 ...
  • On fairness, the pleasure of working with students and EU Law
    2 Mar 2020
    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 ...
  • Incomprehensible! On redesigning the law
    24 Feb 2020
    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 ...
  • UvA students compete at European Law Moot Court regional finals
    20 Feb 2020
    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 ...
  • Call for 'Diverse Europe' visiting scholars
    18 Feb 2020
    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 ...
  • (closed) Vacancy Assistant Professor Sustainable Global Economic Law (public international law)
    6 Feb 2020
    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 ...
  • The legal dimension of the Coronavirus outbreak & measures to containing it
    5 Feb 2020
    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 ...
  • Kati Cseres and Or Brook win funding for rethinking EU and National Competition Law Enforcement
    21 Jan 2020
    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 ...
  • Or Brook wins Faculty Award 2018-2019
    13 Jan 2020
    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 ...
  • 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.
  • Grietje Baars (City, University of London)
    Grietje Baars on International Law and (the history of) Corporations
    28 Oct 2019
    After their SGEL lecture, Grietje Baars (City, University of London) speaks to us about the long-standing interrelation between international law and (the history of) corporations and their outlook on a societies ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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.