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Elmar Schmidt


PhD Candidate
Elmar Schmidts research focuses on IORP's, penions, occupation retirement provision, freedom to provide services, freedom of establishment.
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Lindsey  Thomsin


PhD Candidate
Lindsey Thomsins research focuses on the procedural rights of State aid beneficiaries in the enforcement of State aid law by the European Commission
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Kilian  Klinger


PhD candidate
Kilian’s PhD project investigates the role of private and semi-private regulatory arrangements within the constitutional framework of the EU
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Ton van den Brink


Associate Professor European Law
Ton van den Brink's research focuses on issues of European Constitutional Law, the national dimensions of the European integration process and the legal aspects of the current economic crisis.
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Michiel Luchtman


Professor of transnational law enforcement and fundamental rights
Michiel Luchtman’s research focuses on the consequences of Europeanisation for criminal justice and law enforcement in general; on criminal law and human rights; on economic criminal law as well as criminal tax law. He is also a member of the Expert Group on EU Criminal Policy under DG Justice and Consumers
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Linda Senden


Professor International and European Law
Linda Sendens research focuses on the institutional and constitutional dimension of European law, with a specific interest in regulatory and enforcement aspects of the European integration process, in its interaction with the national legal orders. In particular, her current research focuses on the role of private actors in co- and self-regulatory arrangements in the EU and transnational level and on soft government regulation. Linda Senden is a member of the steering committee of the Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation.
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John Vervaele


Professor Economic and European Criminal Law
John Vervaeles' research focuses on the themes of enforcement of EU law, European criminal law, white collar crime, comparative criminal procedure and criminal procedure and human rights protection.
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Henk Addink


Professor Constitutional and Administrative Law

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Madeleine de Cock Buning


Professor Private Law
Madeleine de Cock Buning’s research focuses, besides the areas to that subject, specifically on the regulation of the exchange (through public communication) of information through mass media. She focuses on the importance of access to (independent) information and the (European) regulatory issues connected to that.
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Anna Gerbrandy


Professor Public Economic Law

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Bart Hessel


Professor European Law/Associate professor Economic Public Law

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Anne Keirse


Professor Private Law
The research and teaching activities of Anne Keirse are primarily focused on the law of obligations, with emphasis on the field of Dutch and European tort law, Dutch and European contract law, law of damages, prevention and mitigation of damage. In her research, Anne Keirse is particularly interested in utilizing the law of obligation, not only for the purpose of retrospectively sanctioning socially undesirable behavior, but also, to promote the use of private law in facilitating socially desirable behavior in the future. Anne Keirse subscribes to the maxim that prevention is better than cure.
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Henk Kummeling


Professor Constitutional Law

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Elisabetta Manunza


Professor International and European Public Procurement Law
Elisabetta Maununza’s research focuses on European economic law. Both material and institutional aspects are at the center of her research. Furthermore she focuses on (public) procurement law.
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Annetje Ottow


Professor Public Economic law / Dean REBO
Annetje Ottow’s research focuses on economic regulation, specializing in competition law, supervision and enforcement.
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Frans Pennings


Professor labour law and social security law
The research focus of Frans Pennings is on European labour law and social security law, international standards for labour law and social security law and on national (Dutch) labour law and social security law.
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Sacha Prechal


Professor International and European Law

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Cedric Ryngaert


Professor Public International Law
Cedric Ryngaert's research focuses on international law aspects of EU regulation and of the external action of the EU.
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Dina Siegel-Rozenblit


Professor of Criminology
Dina Siegel’s researches different forms of organised crime. She published about the Russian mafia, trafficking, drugs trafficking, terrorism, crimes in the diamond industry. Recently she published about her new research on criminal activities of itinerant East and Central European criminal groups. She also conducts research in cultural criminology.
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Sybe de Vries


Professor of EU Internal Market Law and Fundamental Rights
Sybe de Vries’s research focuses on EU Single Market law and in particular on the relationship between EU Single Market law and fundamental rights. Furthermore, his research deals with questions related to EU citizenship, consumer protection, the interaction between EU competition law and public interests, health care and EU law and the implementation of EU law.
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Rob Widdershoven


Professor Constitutional and Administrative Law; Director Research Institute School of Law

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Lucky Belder


Assistant Professor Private Law
The research of Lucky Belder concerns the legal and regulatory framework of innovation and creativity in times of technological innovation in ( international) public law and intellectual property law, and regards a range of issues including the protection of cultural heritage and cultural diversity, open access, private actors and the public domain, creative industries, and the introduction of artificial intelligence ( robotics) in society.
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Brenda Oude Breuil


Assistant Professor of Criminology

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Roeland  de Bruin


Junior Assistant Professor Private Law

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Gerrieke Bouwman LLM

Gerrieke  Bouwman


Junior Researcher International and European Law

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Natalie Dobson


PhD Candidate International and European Law
Natalie Dobson's research focuses on the EU as a global environmental actor in the field of climate change. EU policy is analysed in relation to the law of state jurisdiction found in customary international law, world trade law, environment law and certain human rights treaties.
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Ton Duijkersloot


Assistant Professor Constitutional and Administrative Law

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Hanneke van Eijken


Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer International and European law
Hanneke van Eijkens research focuses on the themes of: European Citizenship, constitutional law, fundamental rights protection, free movement rights, democracy and political participation and judicial review.
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Jessy Emaus


Assistant Professor and Researcher Private Law
Jessy Emaus’ research focuses on issues of European private law, fundamental rights protection in private law relationships, and the legal responsibility of powerful non-state actors.
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Marie Elske Gispen


PhD Candidate International and European Law
Marie Elske’s research focuses on conceptualising a human rights-based approach to drug control which is focused on advancing access to controlled medication such as morphine essential to pain treatment in resource constraint countries. In addition to that her research focuses on access to medicines issues in general and the right to health.
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Joske Graat

Joske Graat


PhD Candidate Criminal Law
The research of Joske Graat addresses the relation between EU citizenship and the principle of mutual recognition in criminal matters. It seeks to analyse and map the state of the art of EU citizenship under mutual recognition instruments and, from thereon, aims to deliver a contribution to the concept and scope of EU citizenship in the area of criminal justice.
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Susanne Heeger-Hertter


Assistant Professor International and European Law

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Willem Janssen


PhD Candidate Public Procurement Law
Willem Janssen's research focuses on public economic law, and more specifically European and national public procurement law. In his PhD research, he discusses regulation and enforcement of the 'make-or-buy decision' of public authorities.
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Urszula Jaremba


Assistant Professor International and European Law

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Machiko Kanetake


Assistant Professor International and European Law

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Ingrid Koning


Assistant Professor Private Law
Ingrid Koning’s research focuses on liability aspects in Transport Law and the effect on European Passenger Regulations in the national and international legal order.
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Sonja Kruisinga


Associate Professor Private Law
The research of Sonja Kruisinga focuses on issues of contract law and company law, in particular international and European aspects thereof.
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Emilie Kuijper


PhD Candidate Private Law

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Eva Lachnit


PhD Candidate International and European Law
Eva Lachnit’s research focuses on alternative forms of enforcement of competition law in a comparative perspective, which also examined the relationship between the European and the national level.
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Tony Marguery


Assistent Professor European Law
Tony Marguery's research focuses on issues concerning the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, and in particular European Criminal Law and Fundamental Rights protection in the European Union.
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Rogier Meijer


Assistant Professor Private Law

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Andrea Minto


Assistant Professor International and European Law

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Pauline Phoa


Researcher International and European Law
Pauline Phoa’s research focuses on the application of so-called “Law and Literature” methodologies to the area of tension between the EU internal market and the protection of fundamental rights.
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Marloes van Rijsbergen


PhD Candidate International and European Law
Marloes van Rijsbergen is conducting her PhD research on the legitimacy and effectiveness of soft law of EU agencies. She focuses specifically on the guidelines and recommendations of the European Securities and Markets Authority from both a theoretical and empirical perspective. The research also includes the relationship between the European and the national level by means of a comparative analysis.
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Jan Willem van Rossem


Assistant Professor Constitutional and Administrative Law
Jan Willem van Rossem researches issues of European constitutional law and national constitutional law. He has expertise in constitutional theory and institutional questions.
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Miroslava (Mira)  Scholten


Assistant Professor of EU law
Miroslava Scholten focuses in her research on the forms and institutional design of regulation and enforcement of EU policies and laws at the EU level. Her expertise includes the issues of democratic legitimacy and political accountability of (EU and US) independent agencies.
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Dr. Michele Simonato

Michele Simonato


Post-doctoral researcher
The main research interests of Michele Simonato lie in the field of EU criminal law, asset recovery, and food law. During the last few years, he has conducted a post-doctoral research project on asset recovery in the EU at the University of Luxembourg, where he also taught courses on fundamental rights, financial investigations and asset recovery, and criminal law.
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Paul van der Smitte


External PhD Candidate International and European Law

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mr. Tao Tang

Tao  Tang


PhD Candidate International and European Law

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Mistale Taylor


PhD Candidate International and European Law
Mistale Taylor researches extraterritoriality and data protection as part of the UNIJURIS project on unilateral jurisdiction and global values. Specifically, she is analysing the EU’s obligations to protect the fundamental right to data protection, by exercising extraterritorial jurisdiction or territorial extension of EU law, in view of limitations on exercising jurisdiction under public international law.
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Daan van Uhm


Assistant Professor
Daan van Uhm's research focusses on various forms of environmental crime, such as transnational illegal wildlife trafficking, deforestation and the illegal trade in natural resources.
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Albertine Veldman


Associate Professor International and European Law

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Richo Wibowo


PhD researcher in Institute of Constituitonal and Administrative Law
Richo Wibowo's PhD research is about Good Governance and Public Procurement, particularly on evaluating and designing a better public procurement system in Indonesia, from (i) good governance perspective; and from (ii) comparative law perspective between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
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Roos de Wildt


PhD Candidate Criminology
Roos de Wildt is conducting her PhD research in the framework of the Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology programme. She is studying prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes in Kosovo. The aim of this project is to explore how war and a transition process shape these phenomena.
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Damián Zaitch


Associate Professor Criminal Law
Damián Zaitch research focuses on corporate and organized crime in Europe and Latin America. In particular, he is interested in illegal drug markets and policies in various contexts, and in growing forms of environmental crimes and harms around the exploitation of natural resources.
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Mark Zoetekouw


PhD Candidate International and European Law

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