Departments and institutes Tilburg Law School
Research at Tilburg Law School is housed in departments and institutes that are affiliated with a department.
Research Criminal Law
Crime research is intrinsically practice-oriented. The Department focuses on substantive criminal law and criminal procedure, on understanding criminal phenomena and their effects on society and on victims, as well as on the management of crime.
We are one of the leading research groups in Europe at the intersection of law, technology, and society. It is premised on the multidisciplinary study of socio-technical change, aiming at understanding the interaction of technology and social and normative practices, in order to clarify how regulatory challenges of socio-technical change can be addressed.
Research Private, Business & Labour Law
In the triangle of Private, Business and Labour Law our department conducts innovative and original research within our Signature Plan Connecting Organizations, connecting the key areas of expertise of our department, combined with Fiscal Law.
Research Public Law and Governance (PLG)
PLG is an unique collaboration of researchers in the field of Public Law and Public Administration, in which various disciplines work together: International Law, European law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Public Administration, Legal Philosophy, Political Science, Legal History and Jurisprudence.
Research Fiscal Institute Tilburg (FIT)
Through a strong synergetic cooperation quality benefits are realized, which is enhance our research in wide areas of taxation (i.e. domestic tax law, European and International tax law, tax assurance, public finance, taxation of family businesses, tax legal theory, etc.).