The popular course unit ‘Moot Court’ is the final course unit in the Bachelor’s degree programme in Law at the University of Groningen. The grand courtroom of the age-old former District Court is where theory meets actual practice. Students plead a case in open court, before a professional jury comprising a public prosecutor, a judge and a lawyer, after having followed a preparatory course for several months.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
The coronavirus is raging in the Netherlands, and Dutch officials need him. Adriaan Wierenga, expert in Public Order Law (Emergency Law), has been answering calls from local authorities wanting to know what quarantine measures they can use to try to...
Prof. Frits Brandsma and
Dr. Daphne Penna have been awarded the Nuffic Van Gogh programme for a project on using Byzantine legal sources in the Humanities.
LLM-Guide.com today released its
Top 10 Lists for specialty programmes
for 2020, which again lists Groningen as a top destination to study
Energy Law and
Public International Law.