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Results: 21 - 40 of 128
  • 21 Oct 2019
    Luísa Netto (Catholic University of Minas Gerais)
    Visiting fellow Luísa Netto

    ACIL visiting fellow Luísa Netto (Catholic University of Minas Gerais) is a public attorney for the State of Minas Gerais, in Brazil, where she also holds a position as Public Law Professor at the Catholic University ...

  • 21 Oct 2019
    Yan Qing, Tsinghua University
    Visiting fellow Qing Yan

    ACIl visiting fellow Qing Yan, PhD canidate at Tsinghua University, is researching the advisory function of international courts and tribunals.

  • 21 Oct 2019
    Niccolò Zugliani, University of Verona
    Visiting fellow Niccolò Zugliani

    ACIL visiting fellow Niccolò Zugliani, PhD candidate at the University of Verona, is researching state sovereignty in the international investment regime.

  • 21 Oct 2019
    Bahram Einolahy, University of Teheran
    Visiting fellow Bahram Einolahy

    Bahram Einolahy Masoum, PhD candidate at the University of Tehran, joined ACIL as a visiting fellow to work on the international personality of Armed Non-state Actors under the guidance of Professor Terry Gill.

  • 15 Oct 2019
    Selman Aksunger, ACIL PhD candidate
    ACIL PhD candidate Selman Aksünger

    Selman Aksünger started as external PhD candidate at ACIL in September 2019. He will be working on the historical contextualization of the Lotus case and its contribution to the development and practice of ...

  • 15 Oct 2019
    Sjors Polm, ACIL research master student 2019-2020
    ACIL research master student Sjors Polm

    Sjors Polm recently started as a student of the ACIL research master programme. He is the last student to take the programme before it will be discontinued in 2022.

  • 8 Oct 2019
    John H. Jackson WTO Moot Court competition
    Geraldo Vidigal authors case for WTO Global Moot Court

    Competing against international contributors, Geraldo Vidigal, ACIL Researcher and Assistant Professor, has had his case on Food Safety Imports and Regional Trade Agreements selected for the global 2019 WTO Moot ...

  • 25 Sep 2019
    Terry Gill appointed Officer in the Order of Oranje-Nassau after his farewell lecture at Netherlands Defence Academy
    Terry Gill enters Order of Oranje Nassau

    Terry Gill, UvA professor of military law and until 1 July 2019 also professor of military law at the Netherlands Defence Academy (NLDA) was awarded the royal decoration of “Officer of the Order of Orange Nassau” on ...

  • 24 Sep 2019
    Conference on the Governance of International Courts and Tribunals, 20-21 September 2019, Leiden University (co-organised by ACIL)
    Conference on Governance of International Courts and Tribunals

    The inaugural conference on a new research project to study the governance of international courts and tribunals took place at Leiden Law School on September 20 and 21. The conference was co-organised by Niels ...

  • 17 Sep 2019
    TNW forensic finance podcast screenshot,
    How bank data analysis helps fight modern slavery

    In the first episode of a new podcast series on Forensic Finance, ACIL-ICL researcher Jill Coster van Voorhout, together with her project partner Raila Abas (ABN Amro) speak in detail about their project to detect ...

  • 13 Aug 2019
    Prof. Simon Deakin, Cambridge University
    Simon Deakin on how to build a dataset of labour laws with global reach

    Following his guest lecture on "The Economic Significance of Laws Relating to Employment Protection and Different Forms of Employment", Simon Deakin (University of Cambridge) speaks to us about the algorithmic nature ...

  • 2 Jul 2019
    Jelle van Haaster
    Jelle van Haaster: Military Cyberoperations

    Jelle van Haaster is a cyber operations researcher at the Ministry of Defence, received the accolade Civil Servant of the Year in 2018, and will be conferred a PhD at the faculty on 5 July 2019 for his research into ...

  • 25 Jun 2019
    PhD candidate in European Private Law / European Public Law / Public International Law

    The Amsterdam Law School of the University of Amsterdam has an opening for a PhD position. The PhD project will be focusing on interactions between two of the three sub-disciplines of European Private Law, European ...

  • 19 Jun 2019
    Christiaan Baardman, senior judge, Court of Justice The Hage
    Christiaan Baardman on Judiging Cybercrime

    Christiaan Baardman (Senior Judge at the Court of Appeal The Hague) is one of the Dutch, and perhaps international, pioneers in judging cybercrime. In this interview he talks about the distinguishing characteristics ...

  • 12 Jun 2019
    Karen J Alter, Northwestern University
    Karen J Alter on Redundancy, Regime Complexity and Universality in International Law

    Following her guest lecture on 'The Future of International Law in an Age of Nationalist Populism,' Karen J Alter speaks to us about redundancy, regime complexity and universality in international law. She also ...

  • 11 Jun 2019
    Ruth Dukes, University of Glasgow School of Law
    Ruth Dukes on the Economic Sociology of Labour Law

    Ruth Dukes (University of Glasgow) speaks to us about the historical, political, economic and societal aspects of labour law and the rapidly developing field of 'Economic Sociology of Labour Law.' She also explains ...

  • 4 Jun 2019
    Kiki Brölman
    Catherine (Kiki) Brölmann new PhD in Law Programme Director

    Catherine (Kiki) Brölmann is the newly appointed PhD in Law programme director. The programme, which launched in 2018, was previously headed by Marija Bartl. The programme director’s responsibilities include ...

  • 13 May 2019
    Nomination of study of proactive detection of human trafficking using bank data

    Computable trade journal has nominated the study by Jill Coster van Voorhout (Criminal Law) of the detection of human trafficking using bank data. Set up in collaboration with ABN AMRO and the Inspectorate of the ...

  • 7 May 2019
    Prof Ingo Venzke, Venzke, professor International Law and Social Justice
    Inaugural Lecture Ingo Venzke: 'Break with current policy'

    'International Law and its institutions have contributed to high levels of inequality within and between countries.' That is the main thrust of the inaugural lecture Ingo Venzke will deliver on 16 May 2019. He argues ...

  • 7 May 2019
    Human trafficking portrait series commissioned by ACIL-ICL researcher Jill Coster van Voorhout
    Police and Law Enforcement agencies take interest in Human trafficking bank data project

    Police and law enforcement agencies throughout Europe are taking an interest in Jill Coster van Voorhout's project using algorithms to detect human trafficking activities in bank data. This is a joint project by ABN ...