Candida Leone is the coordinator of the Private Law Across Borders programme. Her main interest lies in the law of contract, and in its encounter with the specific domains of labour and consumption relations. She teaches courses in Consumer rights in the Digital Single Market, Principles in European Contract Law, European Private Law, Private law in a European and international context and European Contract Law and Justice.
Prof. Hesselink has been a member of several international research groups and projects including the Study Group on a European Civil Code, the Social Justice Group and the Common Core Project. He is a founding editor of the European Review of Contract Law. Within the Private Law Across Borders programme he teaches courses in Private law in a European and International Context and European Contract Law and Justice.
Martha Asio searched for a law school that would attract students from all over the world to familiarize herself with different views and cultures in preparation for a career in an international environment. She tells us: ‘A working knowledge of the influence of European legislation on private business is indispensable these days.’