Archive for the ‘International Criminal Court’ Category

With both the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and Rwanda (ICTR) moving closely towards ‘completion’ and the role of the International Criminal Court (ICC) becoming more and more important, the question inevitably rises whether there is still need for the establishment of temporary international criminal courts or tribunals (TICCT). Instead of focusing […]

The jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate and prosecute international crimes is based on the principle of ‘complementarity’. This means that the ICC only has jurisdiction if a domestic legal system is unable or unwilling to deal with the international crime (Article 17 Rome Statute). This principle might become a point of […]


Erasmus School of Law

In een werkstad als Rotterdam is arbeidsrecht elke dag onderwerp van discussie. Een in arbeidsrechtelijke vraagstukken gespecialiseerde sectie kan dan ook niet ontbreken binnen Erasmus School of Law te Rotterdam. De sectie Arbeidsrecht is een jong en dynamisch team van arbeidsrechtspecialisten. Blijf op de hoogte van de wervelende dynamiek binnen dit wetenschappelijke vakgebied en het praktische werkveld: het arbeidsrecht volgens de Rotterdamse school!

Decaan ESL

  • Alessandra: Things are getting even more complicated: http://theconversation.com/a-ruling-in-belfast-makes-the-h [...]
  • Alejo: Thank you very much! This year has been inspiring, interesting and simply awesome. It has definitely [...]
  • Sophia: Thank you Mrs. Hey! This master would never be the same without you! [...]
  • Nasha Desbarida: Thank you very much. We started some weeks ago and at the beginning I was like' where do I have to s [...]
  • Ana: Lots of luck to everybody starting this year! Last year was fantastic and the professors in EUR of t [...]