30 Jul 2015NewsThe future of the EU health and safety legislation
In the newest issue of the quarterly CLR-News (2-2015), titled ‘The future of the EU health and safety legislation’ (www.clr-news.org under Publications), editor Jan Cremers (Law School UvT and AIAS) questions whether the OHS-policy developed is internal market proof and resistant enough to the reigning dogma of deregulation.
20 Jul 2015Press releaseExpansion of golden jackal across Europe creates tricky legal issues
TILBURG, 20 July '15 - For a long time jackals have been known to most Europeans only through documentaries on African wildlife. But one species – the golden jackal (canis aureus) – is now advancing northward and westward across Europe from its traditional range along the Mediterranean and Black Sea coasts as far as Switzerland and Estonia. This has resulted in considerable confusion – should jackals be protected as a native species everywhere in Europe? Yes, says legal scholar Arie Trouwborst.
06 Jul 2015NewsTwo Research Talent grants for PhD research Tilburg Law School
The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Tilburg Law School with two Research Talent (Onderzoekstalent) grants. Research Talent grants offer excellent students within the social and behavioral sciences the opportunity to fulfill their ambitions to conduct PhD research.
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