About the Leiden Law Blog
The Leiden Law Blog is published by Leiden Law School, Leiden University, the oldest and highest ranked law faculty in the Netherlands.
The Leiden Law Blog stands out by responding to current news and developments related to law, while also focussing on the research conducted at our faculty. All authors – both staff and students – are all affiliated to Leiden Law School.
Blogging is done on a personal basis and the author is responsible for the content of the blog.
Submitting a blog
Only students and members of staff affliaited to the Leiden Law School can submit a blog. If you would like to do so, please contact the coordinator for the blogs at your institute (see below). If the coordinator is not available, please contact the editor-in-chief. Students must acquire prior permission from their supervisor or a faculty member of staff who has read and approved the blog.
The coordinator or editor-in-chief will then forward a document containing the requirements for a profile and a contribution to the Leiden Law Blog, such as the maximum number of words.
- Jelle van de Kamp - Chief Editor
- Wendy Rodger - Translator/Text Editor
- Rebecca Tait - Translator/Text Editor
- Kristel van Kruisbergen - Public Law
- Amir Ali Abadi - Private Law
- Esther Kentin - Interdisciplinar Study of the Law
- Jip Stam - Interdisciplinary Study of the Law
- Wim Bonis - Criminal Law and Criminology
- Elody Hutten - Tax Law and Economics
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