14–15 January 2021
Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri
What is Procedural Law?
A two-day course that explores the “power of procedure” in order to attract attention to its often-underestimated importance and political dimensions.
28 January 2021
Professor Anne Peters
Global Animal Law
The plight of animal individuals and species inflicted on them by human activity is a global problem with detrimental repercussions for all humans and for the entire planet. The one-day, interactive course zooms in on cultural pluralism, self-regulation in the food supply chain, and the question of animal rights.
3–5 February 2021
Professor Christoph Engel
In response to the possibilities for positive law and legal scholarship created by the digitalization of legal text, this condensed course explains the logic of the most characteristic techniques of machine learning data analysis, and shows hands on how they can be implemented.
The course is offered in conjunction with Professor Engel’s Chair in Experimental Law and Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
23 February 2021
Professor Tatjana Hörnle
Writing a Doctoral Thesis or Other Monographs
( … some reflections on methods and style … )
An afternoon session focused on general points that are important when writing a doctoral thesis or other substantial scholarly work, including a chance for participants to raise questions about their research process.