Update: Tuesday April 23 and Wednesday April 24, 2013: Martin Krygier at UvA

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to invite you to two seminars with professor Martin Krygier.

Tuesday April 23 from 14.00 to 16.30,  location A 0.09 Oudemanhuispoort 4

Martin Krygier will give a lecture and discuss some of his papers on rule of law during a public seminar

Adriaan Bedner, associate professor at the Van Vollenhoven Institute for Law, Governance and Development, Leiden University
Krijn van Beek, director of strategy at the Ministry of Justice and Security, The Hague
Marc Hertogh, professor in the sociology of law at Groningen University
André Nollkaemper, professor of international law at the Amsterdam Center for International Law

Marc de Wilde, professor of jurisprudence, University of Amsterdam

Wednesday April 24 from 14.00 to 16.30,  location A 0.09 Oudemanhuispoort 4

Martin Krygier will discuss his recent intellectual biography of Philip Selznick (Philip Selznick. Ideals in the World, Stanford University Press, 2012) with Dutch Selznickians during a public seminar.

Robert Knegt, director research, Hugo Sinzheimer Institute, University of Amsterdam
Rob Schwitters, associate professor in sociology of Law, University of Amsterdam
Sanne Taekema, professor of jurisprudence, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Suzan Verberk, scientific advisor Council for the Judiciary, The Hague and associate researcher Erasmus Center for Law and Society, Erasmus University Rotterdam

We hope to welcome you during one of these seminars.With highest regards,Prof.dr. Marc de Wilde
Director Paul Scholten Center  for Jurisprudence

About Martin Krygier:
Martin Krygier is the Gordon Samuels Professor of Law and Social Theory at the University of New South Wales, Adjunct Professor at the Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet), Australian National University, and recurrent Visiting Professor at the Centre for Social Studies, Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. He is a fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences.

His papers and chapters on rule of law include The Rule of Law,’ Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó, eds., Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law, Oxford 2011, 233-49; ‘Four Puzzles about the Rule of Law: Why, What, Where? And Who Cares?,’ in James E. Fleming, ed., Getting to the Rule of Law, Nomos no. 50, New York University Press, 2011, 64-104; ‘Approaching the Rule of Law,’ in Whit Mason, ed., The Rule of Law in Afghanistan. Missing in Inaction, Cambridge University Press, 2011, 35-49; ‘The Rule of Law. Legality, Teleology, Sociology,’ in Gianluigi Palombella and Neil Walker, eds., Relocating the Rule of Law, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2009, 45-69; ‘The Rule of Law. An Abuser’s Guide’, in András Sajó, ed., The Dark Side of Fundamental Rights, 129-161, 2006, Eleven International Publishing, Utrecht.

Martin Krygier is on the editorial board of various journals, including Ratio Juris, the  Hague Journal on the Rule of Law and the Annual Review of Law and Social Science.

For Krygier’s homepage at the University of New South Wales check this page

For directions to the Oudemanhuispoort check this page
For last minute updates on this program, check our homepage
If you want to be kept informed about the activities of the Paul Scholten Centre, please send an email to psc-fdr@uva.nl
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