In 2014, the University of Groningen will be 400 years old! The NILG would like to celebrate this occasion by inviting you to the 6th Annual Conference on 18 and 19 September 2014 in Groningen.
Laws are to a great extent still national. However, the vast majority of problems and issues in contemporary society are not specifically national. The individual countries could and should learn more from each other. The best practices, the best laws, and the modes of governance that best contribute to the solution of a certain societal problem, could and should better circulate across the world. This need for mutual learning calls for comparative law and governance.
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This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
The Wierenga-Rengerink Dissertation Prize for the best PhD thesis of the year 2019 has been awarded to Dr Arpi Karapetian. Her 502-page thesis is entitled Bestuurdersaansprakelijkheid uit onrechtmatige daad: Civielrechtelijke en strafrechtelijke...
The two-day conference aims to facilitate high-level interchange of ideas and lessons that can be learnt concerning the role of renewable energy sources in the energy transition from both the Russian and the Dutch perspective.
We should not lose sight of the global dimension of the corona crisis, says Brigit Toebes. COVID-19-related lockdown measures have prompted a crisis of international law and human rights.