Every year BUREN, together with Celsus Juridische Uitgeverij, awards the BUREN Thesis Prize for Insolvency Law to the best thesis on insolvency law. The jury of the BUREN Thesis Prize for Insolvency law 2022 consists of prof. mr. H. Koster (professor Company Law at Leiden University), mr. H.J. de Kloe (lecturer Insolvency Law at Erasmus University in Rotterdam) en mr. M.J.H. Vermeeren (partner and laywer BUREN).
Are you eligible?
If you just answered yes to all these questions, enter your thesis for the BUREN Thesis Prize for Insolvency Law 2022! The deadline for submission closes on September 16, 2022 (11:59 PM).
What is the prize?
How to Enter
Please submit the anonymised thesis (i.e. without the names of the author, supervisor or university), together with the completed and signed entry form, to: [email protected], attn. Ruud Brunninkhuis (jury secretary).
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About Celsus Juridische Uitgeverij
A full-service text and publishing company for the legal sector, Celsus Juridische Uitgeverij focuses on editing, designing, producing, printing and publishing legal books and other texts. Such texts include monographs, dissertations, Festschrifte, conference proceedings, articles but also master’s theses of students of law.
Download here the terms and conditions and entry form BUREN Thesis Prize for Insolvency Law 2022
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