NEW ACTIVITY OF THE DUTCH CHAPTER:
Joannes van der Linden Reeks Launched
At the start of the academic year 2013-2014, Bynkershoek Publishing started a new imprint for all Dutch language publications. The name of this series of readers and law collections is Joannes van der Linden, named after a famous Dutch jurist in the 18th and 19th century. More news in the section of BHP.
TEMPORARY HOSTING SERVICE FOR HAGUE LAW SCHOOL
Welcome Documents New Students of the International Bachelor of Law Program of The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Every year, Bynkershoek Institute offers a temporary hosting service to the International Bachelor of Law Program of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, by posting the welcome package to new students on its website. So, new students, starting in Year-1 in the academic year 2013-2014, can click below to download the schedule of the Introduction Week and Booklist, among others.
PAST EVENTS & NEWS
INVITATION - BOOK LAUNCH
Thomas Wayde Pittman’s Terrorism: Selected Cases, Treaties and Documents
On 16 July 2013 Thomas Wayde Pittman’s book on terrorism will be launched at the Bynkershoek Institute in The Hague. The full title of the book is Bynkershoek Texts & Materials / Terrorism: selected cases, treaties and documents.
Since more than a decade, Mr. Pittman serves as a senior legal officer at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) now the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT). Previously he was a practicing lawyer in the United States of America. As lecturer of – among others - the International Bachelor of Law Program of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, he regularly engages students in topics around international humanitarian law, international criminal law and terrorism. In this context Mr. Pittman developed the book, that is potentially of interest for legal professionals in academia and legal practice alike.
During the book launch Mr. Pittman will be giving a short introduction on the book. The book launch will be followed by a reception. Copies of the book are for sale during the book launch at the reduced price of EUR 10,00.
Where: Bynkershoek Institute, Groot Hertoginnelaan 3 The Hague
When: 18:30 hours start event
19:00 hours start presentation
19:30 hours start reception
If you like to attend, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send an sms to 0612-162765.
Criminal Law Forum: The Future of National / International Criminal Law
Discussion Forum and Workshop for Criminal Law Practitioners July 18 - 20, 2013 in Victoria, B.C. Canada Royal Roads University in partnership with the International Criminal Bar, the International Criminal Defence Attorneys Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and The Hague University of Applied Science, is hosting a three day discussion forum and workshop to address issues affecting the practice of national and international criminal law.
The forum will examine substantive law, advocacy techniques, novel approaches, as well as procedural and ethical dilemmas for lawyers engaged in criminal practice, including international criminal matters and cases before the ad hoc International Tribunals and the International Criminal Court (ICC). Presentations will be in English by distinguished criminal practitioners from Canada, the United States and Europe. The forum will also provide a unique opportunity to meet lawyers and experts in this highly specialised field. The sessions are designed to encourage a dialogue around emerging criminal law issues and to help equip lawyers for practice nationally and internationally. Criminal law practitioners, particularly those working across jurisdictions, are faced increasingly with unique challenges and evolving legal frameworks that require an understanding of the law, procedure and advocacy strategies to be effective in this dynamic legal environment. The approach in the forum will build on the successes of similar training sessions conducted in Senegal, Morocco, the Hague, Montreal and at Royal Roads, through greater audience involvement and an exchange of ideas. Student rapporteurs will record all resolutions and recommendations adopted for future action as required.
Continuing Legal Education Credits are available for attendance at this Forum.
LAW PROGRAM MAP ADDED TO THIS WEBSITE
The Faculty, more in particulary Bynkershoek Fellow Aurelien Lorange, of the International Bachelor of Law Program of The Hague University of Applied Sciences has developed a map on which the location and further information of internships and potential future internships and jobs for alumni with partners of the Law Program are provided to the audience of students, alumni and partners alike.
Viewers are invited to comment on the map through the blog system. New entries and new information, based on those blogs, and information available to the Law Program, will be added in due course.
The Bynkershoek Institute is proud to offer this service to the Law Program as part of its institutional aim and objective and the general fostering of the reseach and practice of the law in the world.
Please follow the link at the left side of this homepage or click: Locations and Information on Internships and Law Program Partners
Bynkershoek Institute hosts, faciliates and sponsors the student initiative to establish a The Hague Chapter of the International Law Student Association. Click here for details.
Bynkershoek Publishing is proud to present yet another range of readers prepared for the International Bachelor of Law Program of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
In Quarter-2 Year-1 Students can acquire now the following titles:
In Quarter-6 Year-2 Students can acquire now the following titles:
Please visit the Webshop for further details.