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Lecturer of the year of the Faculty of Law

12 November 2015
On Wednesday November 25th, the Faculty of Law organizes the annual Lecturer of the Year election, in cooperation with the JFV. In this election three teachers will present a short lecture, after which students can vote for their favourite. The winner will compete in the University-wide election.

This year the nominees are:
prof. mr. dr. P.G.F.A. Geerts
prof. mr. dr. W.D. Kolkman
mr. Dr. H.G. Warmelink

Date: Wednesday November 25th, 15:00-17:00, with drinks afterwards.
Place: Exposition-hall next to the Weberfoyer, Harmonie Building, Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26.

There will be more information about the link and voting code during the election.

PLEASE NOTE: the spoken language will primarily be Dutch, and voting via MentiMeter is only possible between 4:30 pm - 4:50pm.
Do you want to sign up for a seat in the Exposition-hall? Please sign up early at website, there is only a small amount of seats available!

For more information, please contact Melcher Frankema (voorzitter or Kimberly Schopman (student-fb-rechten

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