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W.A.M. van der Linden LLM MPhil


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Tilburg Law School
Department for Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History

 

Expertise

 PhD Research Project on 'Dominium and Imperium in the Treaty Practice of the Age of New Imperialism in the Heart of the African Continent (1870-1920)'.

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Publications

Most recent publications

  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2013). Law-Making in the age of new imperialism (1870-1914): The dubious question of how the protectorate treaty as a political instrument became international law. Beiträge zur Rechtsgeschichte Österreichs, 3(2), 581-593. Further information
  • Lesaffer, R.C.H., & Linden, W.A.M. van der (2012). Peace Treaties after World War I. In R. Wolfrum (Ed.), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2012). New imperialism (1870-1914) and the European legal traditions: A (dis)integrative episode. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 19(2), 281-299. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2011). Judicial lawmaking by the European Court of Human Rights: Balancing between Common and Civil Law or not? In M. de Visser & W.J. Witteveen (Eds.), The Jurisprudence of Aharon Barak: Views from Europe (pp. 67-79). Nijmegen: Wolf. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der, & Moyakine, E.V. (2011). Judicial Lawmaking by the European Court of Human Rights through its Interpretation Techniques: The Doctrine of Margin of Appreciation and the Principle of Proportionality. In M. de Visser & W.J. Witteveen (Eds.), The Jurisprudence of Aharon Barak: Views from Europe (pp. 81-100). Nijmegen: Wolf. Further information
 

Education

29 July-2 August 2013: Visiting Scholar at the South African Research Chair in Property Law, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa

28 January ? 31 May 2013: Visiting Scholar at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

September 2011 ? August 2012: Master Philosophy (MA); The Autonomy of the Subject and Its Limits, Tilburg University School of Humanities, cum laude

June 2011: SWR-Hendrik Muller Summer Seminar of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences, ?The National Memory: Remembrance and Repression?, Amsterdam/Leusden, Netherlands

September 2010 ? August 2011: Premaster Philosophy, Tilburg University School of Humanities

July ? August 2009: Summer Courses in Public International Law, The Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands

June 2009: Student referent at the annual meeting of the Nederlandse Juristenvereniging (Dutch Association for Lawyers) concerning Biotechnology and Law, Arnhem, Netherlands

September 2008 ? August 2010: Research Master in Law (LL.M/MPhil), Tilburg University Law School in co-operation with Leuven University, cum laude

June ? August 2008: Traineeship at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands at the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France

July 2007: International Summer School Seggau; Graz University, Graz, Austria

September 2005 ? August 2008: Bachelor International en European Law (LL.B), Tilburg University Law School, Minor Philosophy, Tilburg University School of Humanities, and the Honours Programme, Tilburg University, Netherlands
September 2010 ? up till now: Doctoral Candidate Legal History and International Law, Tilburg University Law School, Supervisors: prof.dr. R.C.H. Lesaffer and prof.dr. W.J.M. van Genugten

Publications

Most recent publications

  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2013). Law-Making in the age of new imperialism (1870-1914): The dubious question of how the protectorate treaty as a political instrument became international law. Beiträge zur Rechtsgeschichte Österreichs, 3(2), 581-593. Further information
  • Lesaffer, R.C.H., & Linden, W.A.M. van der (2012). Peace Treaties after World War I. In R. Wolfrum (Ed.), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2012). New imperialism (1870-1914) and the European legal traditions: A (dis)integrative episode. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 19(2), 281-299. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der (2011). Judicial lawmaking by the European Court of Human Rights: Balancing between Common and Civil Law or not? In M. de Visser & W.J. Witteveen (Eds.), The Jurisprudence of Aharon Barak: Views from Europe (pp. 67-79). Nijmegen: Wolf. Further information
  • Linden, W.A.M. van der, & Moyakine, E.V. (2011). Judicial Lawmaking by the European Court of Human Rights through its Interpretation Techniques: The Doctrine of Margin of Appreciation and the Principle of Proportionality. In M. de Visser & W.J. Witteveen (Eds.), The Jurisprudence of Aharon Barak: Views from Europe (pp. 81-100). Nijmegen: Wolf. Further information

 

Teaching


W.A.M. van der Linden LLM MPhil teaches the following subjects:

Other activities

 Member of the PhD Council and Library Committee, Tilburg University Law School

Contact details
Room M 403
PO Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg 
Phone+31 13 466 8761
Secretary+31 13 466 2302
Email w.a.m.vdrlinden@tilburguniversity.edu

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Department for Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History

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