TMC Asser Institute - Centre for International and European Law
1965 The Hague Netherlands
Founded 1965, The Hague (Netherlands). Former title: Institute for Private and Public International Law, International Commercial Arbitration and European Law (T M C Asser Institute) -- Instituut voor Internationaal Privaat- en Publiekrecht, Internationale Handelsarbitrage en Europees Recht (T M C Asser Instituut).
Further legal research and scholarship through initiating, supporting and realizing innovative, scholarly research and networks, and postgraduate education activities, preferably on an inter-university basis; play a pivotal role in initiating and facilitating dialogue and other activities among academics and professionals which are of importance in disseminating in-depth and broad knowledge of International Law and European Law in the Netherlands and beyond, while contributing to the strengthening of the The Hague's position as the City of Justice, Peace and Security.
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Governing Board; Scientific Council. Scientific Commissions (3): European Law; Private International Law; Public International Law.
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