Collaborative Research Unit

Institute for Procedural Law

Acronym
INSTPRO
Other information
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • European law
    • Human rights law
    • Legal institutions
    • Legal practice, lawyering and the legal profession
    • Litigation, adjudication and dispute resolution
    • Procedural law
Description
The Institute for Procedural Law was established in 1996 to underline the own identity of procedural law and to serve as main point of contact for all questions relating to this area of the law, which is of great importance for both legal science and legal practice. The Institute consists of 4 faculty members and various PhD candidates and research affiliates. Its members are conducting fundamental research on all matters concerning both public and private procedural law that take place in a national or European context. Over the years, the Institute for Procedural Law has built a solid national and international reputation, including through the organization of (inter)national (both private and open) colloquia and an active presence in variousresearch networks.