Jochem Wiers born in Groningen (1970) the Netherlands studied Dutch law, international
law and Spanish at the University of Amsterdam, and further specialised in European law at the College of Europe in Bruges.
This reference collection of articles, treaties, municipal legislation, judicial decisions, literature, and cases in Spanish international law addresses a variety of topics, including human rights, European Union regulation, public and private international law, criminal jurisdiction, European community law, international
relations, and more.
The Firm has strong regional, national and international practices in a wide range of areas including employment, technology and intellectual property, commercial litigation, finance and insolvency, estate planning and trust administration, environmental law, international
tax law and business law.
Globalization and animal law; comparative law, international
law and international trade.
Many of its 974 students work in criminal and civil community law clinics, and may earn certificates in intellectual property law, international
law, or public interest law.
Contributions review national systems in Brazil, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Slovakia, and the United States; explore overarching issues such as general principles of law, international
rules, international contract law, consolidation and class actions, and enforcement of arbitral awards; and address special issues such as document procurement, discovery, ethics, telecommunications contracts, and expatriate employees.
They explore the impact of globalization on modern statehood, the development of international law, international
investment law, space law, and other matters.