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Africa’s lawyers: between imperial legacies and transformations in global capitalism

VSR Keynote Lecture 2021 – Hosted by Tilburg Law School 13:30-15:00 h, Friday 15 January Keynote Speaker: Dr Sara Dezalay (Cardiff) Politico-ideological projections on the prominence taken by Africa as the “world economy’s last frontier” raise particularly acute challenges for the researcher interested in the relationship between law, politics and globalization on the continent. Combining …

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counting, euro banknotes, business

Lecture: Inside the diplomatic EU Code of Conduct Group: 20 Years of Tackling Harmful Tax Competition

Hosted by University of Amsterdam. 14.12.2020 Martijn Nouwen is an Assistant Professor in Tax Law at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Director of the Institute for Tax Transparency. His presentation discusses the functioning and effectiveness of the political EU Code of Conduct in the fight against tax avoidance by multinational companies and against the …

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chicago, usa, america

Workshop: Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene

Hosted by Tilburg Law SchoolWednesday 2 December through Friday 4, from 17:00 to 21:00 CET.   Wednesday 2 December – Technologies and modalities of regulation: Professor Alejandro Camacho (Chancellor’s Professor of Law at UC Irvine School of Law, US): ‘The Future of Conservation? Law and Ethics in the Anthropocene’ Professor Liz Fisher(Professor of Environmental Law, Oxford University, UK): ‘Imagining the …

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gavel, auction, hammer

Conference: Netherlands as forum conveniens for collective claims?

On 5 February 2021 a group of renowned experts will discuss the (comparative) position of Dutch courts in the settlement of complex private transnational disputes in light of recent Dutch and European legislation.     The starting point for this event is the observation that a number of complex multijurisdictional cases find their way to the Dutch courts. …

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