The University of Groningen is abolishing the quota (numerus fixus) at the Faculty of Law. The Board of the University came to this decision after meeting with the Faculty Board on Tuesday 19 November. The University considers the quota no longer necessary in the light of the registration figures. The University also considers study choice meetings and activities and a registration deadline of 1 May better ways of achieving the right match between student and degree programme. As of academic year 2014-2015, there will be no limit any more on the numbers of students registering for a Bachelor’s degree programme in Law. The University’s decision does not stand alone – only a few Dutch universities still use a numerous fixus.
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In Hotel De Wereld ging Frénk van der Linden in gesprek met hoogleraar strafrecht en criminologie van internationale misdrijven Alette Smeulers over haar onderzoek, in de zaal waar in 1945 de capitulatieovereenkomst werd getekend.
Third-year LLB students Reet Varma, Helena Fee Rasch, and Dillon Fernandes, and second-year LLB student Lilly Goll recently won the ELSA National Moot Court Competition (NMCC) on European Union Competition Law.
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