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Amsterdam Centre for Transformative Private Law (ACT)

Amsterdam Law School

About ACT

At ACT we explore the role of private law in the making of society, as well as the processes of private law-making in a pluriform world.

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The Master’s in European Private Law incorporates interdisciplinary insights from economics and political science into legal study.

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10 Feb 2020 15:30 - 17:00
Prof. Jérôme Pélisse of Sciences Po visits the Amsterdam Law School for a ACT Lecture.
19 - 20 Mar 2020 12:00 - 17:00
The University of Luxembourg will host the conference, 'Beyond Method: Politics of Legal Research' as a follow-up discussion to the ACT workshop titled, 'The Politics of Method in EU Law.'
20 Apr 2020 15:30 - 17:00
Dr. Laura Henderson of Utrecht University visits the Amsterdam Law School for a ACT Lecture.
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17 January 2020
Isabel Feichtner (University of Würzburg) has been following the international negotiations on deep seabed mining from an international law and political economy perspective for several years. In this interview she ...
21 October 2019
In September 2019, Yannick van den Berg started his PhD research at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance and the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. Yannick will be doing research in the ...
13 August 2019
Following his guest lecture on "The Economic Significance of Laws Relating to Employment Protection and Different Forms of Employment", Simon Deakin (University of Cambridge) speaks to us about the algorithmic nature ...