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Uit onderzoek van Frank van Tulder, senior onderzoeker bij de Raad voor de rechtspraak, blijkt dat de Nederlandse strafrechter in een periode van 20 jaar,...

Rusen Öncü In the digital age, governments are confronted with new dangers to democracy. Political decision-making processes are often (negatively) impacted...

Soha Baig Why does national law (Municipal Law of each country) or regional law (European Union Law) seem more substantive and solid in comparison to...

Rusen Öncü In the digital age, governments are confronted with new dangers to democracy. Political decision-making processes are often (negatively) impacted...

M. Nijhof   With the world in search of a COVID-19 vaccine, questions about the desirability of intellectual property rights in medical research re-enter the...

On September 11, 2020 the Nigerian State Kaduna amended its Penal Code Law No. 5 of Kaduna State 2017[1] as a response to the increasing number of reported...

How does the move to online education affect the rights of teachers and students? During this year 2020 we have been seeing how the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)...

On the 22nd of October, upon application lodged by 119 Members of Parliament,[1] the Polish Constitutional Tribunal (“CT”) delivered a judgment declaring a...

Op 23 juni 2020 heeft de Eerste Kamer het wetsvoorstel Wet straffen en beschermen aangenomen. De Wet straffen en beschermen wijzigt in de Penitentiaire...

Op 23 juni 2020 heeft de Eerste Kamer het wetsvoorstel Wet straffen en beschermen aangenomen. De Wet straffen en beschermen wijzigt in de Penitentiaire...

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