||Topic: Administrative sanctions between administrative law and criminal law: an European approach
Time: May 7th 2015 (Thursday) 9:30-11:00am
Venue: 306 Mingfa Building
Speaker: Oswald Jansen, professor of European Administrative Law and Public Administration at Maastricht University
Host: Dr. Clemens Richter, CESL European Executive Co-dean
Dr. Oswald Jansen was born on Feb 9th, 1967. He works as Legal Counsellor (Juridisch bestuursadviseur) and attorney (advocaat) of the municipality of The Hague; professor of European Administrative Law and Public Administration at Maastricht University, Senior lecturer Constitutional and Administrative Law at the Law School of Utrecht University and (non active) deputy judge (rechter-plaatsvervanger) regional court of first instance Gelderland.
1992: Law, University of Nijmegen;
1999: PhD, University of Amsterdam
2012: Bar exam
Dr. Oswald Jansen focuses his research on European and Comparative Administrative Law, Administrative Sanctions and Financial and Economic Administrative Law. He has extensive experience teaching legal professionals in administrative law such as judges, attorneys, lawyers specialized in drafting legislations and other civil servants. He has experience as a supplementary judge in regional courts dealing with both administrative law and criminal law cases and as a deputy-councillor of the Central Appeals Tribunal (Centrale Raad van Beroep) and as attorney (advocaat) specialised in administrative law cases. His research interests are moving more and more towards the combination of International, European and comparative administrative law and comparative administration.