Projects of the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law
NWO Vidi project 'Judges in Utopia: Judicial law-making in European private law'
In May 2014 Chantal Mak was awarded an NWO Vidi grant for her research on judicial law-making in European private lawRead more
Roadmap To European Effective Justice (Re-Jus)
Prof. Chantal Mak and Dr Kati Cseres participate in the project 'Roadmap To European Effective Justice (Re-Jus)' coordinated by the University of Trento. The project is funded by the European Commission, DG Justice, within the framework of the ...Read more
EC ACTIONES project supporting European judicial training
Prof. Chantal Mak participates in the Active Charter Training through Interaction Of National Experiences (ACTIONES) coordinated by the European University Institute Centre for Judicial Cooperation.Read more
EC study on Save Companies, Collection and development of best practices in cross border cases for the survival of distressed companies
Prof. Aukje van Hoek and Prof. Arthur Salomons participate as legal experts in the EC study on Save Companies, Collection and development of best practices in cross border cases for the survival of distressed companies. The 2-year project is ...Read more
The ABC of Online Disclosure Duties: Towards a More Uniform Assessment of the Transparency of Consumer Information in Europe
Within the Open Research Area (ORA) funding scheme 2015 the funding was awarded, among others, to a project led by Joasia Luzak (CSECL) on “The ABC of Online Disclosure Duties: Towards a More Uniform Assessment of the Transparency of Consumer ...Read more
European Parliament Multiple Framework Service Contract
In January 2016 the CSECL signed a service contract for the provision of external expertise to the European Parliament's Committee on Legal Affairs in the field of Contract law (lot 2).Read more
NWO VENI 'Bringing Democracy to Markets: TTIP and the Politics of Knowledge in Postnational Governance'
In August 2015 Marija Bartl was awarded a VENI grant, a personal grant by the NWO, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, to do research into how TTIP affects democratic processes.Read more