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GELR Working Papers Series

The GELR Working Paper Series focuses on empirical legal research in all subject areas from members of the Faculty of Law/University of Groningen, doctoral students and visiting scholars. The papers are published electronically and are available online or through email distribution. The GELR Working Paper Series makes research results and scholarly knowledge available for use and reuse across disciplinary, social and national boundaries at the earliest possible stage, hereby contributing to our quest for Open Science.

Editorial Board:

Lorenzo Squintani (first contact person for the series)
Marc Hertogh
Pauline de Winter
Michiel van der Wolf
Marc Wever


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Working papers

Marc Hertogh, Bert Marseille and Marc Wever, 'Financial disputes and procedural justice: Users' experiences with the Financial Services Complaints Institute (Kifid) in the Netherlands'

Lorenzo Squintani, Goda Perlaviciute and George Slevin, 'De mening van inwoners uit de gemeente Groningen over de mogelijke windmolens in Westpoort en Roodehaan: Deel 3'

A new working paper has been added to the series of GELR working papers. The report 'Evaluation of a restorative justice intervention: the influence of the SOS course on forensic psychiatric patients in the Dr. S. Van Mesdagkliniek' is an amalgamation of theses written by two former RUG students, Feline Fierstra and Lotte Gunnink, as a result of their internship, under the supervision of Mariette van Denderen (Van Mesdagkliniek) and Michiel van der Wolf.

Click here for a link to the PDF file of the new working paper.

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