Dr Stephan Michel held Fiftieth PhD dissertation defense of the EDLE programme

Friday, 20 January 2017

Dr Stephan Michel held the fiftieth PhD dissertation defense in the European Doctorate in Law and Economics Programme (EDLE). On 19 January 2017 Michel defended his PhD thesis: ‘The Process of Constitution-making: A Law and Economics analysis’.

Ellen Hey writes poem for work of art ‘The Journey’

Monday, 19 December 2016

The poem ‘Law at Sea’, or ‘roving thoughts’ as Ellen Hey, Professor of Public International Law, calls it  is part of the artwork ‘The Journey’ by Rossella Biscotti (Italy). As part of the artwork, Biscotti will sink a large block of marble into the Mediterranean Sea in the spring of 2017.

Measures to tackle cybercrime insufficient

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Measures to prevent cybercrime are inadequate. Criminal law should be modified internationally. This is what PhD candidate Qianyun Wang (Erasmus School of Law) says in her doctoral thesis, which she defences on Thursday, December 15th, 2016. According to her, there should be a systematic, comprehensive and stable regulatory environment to fight cybercrime properly.