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Justice Administration and Judicial Organisation
Date of appointment: 23.10.2008
Inaugural lecture date: 30.10.2009

Philip Langbroek has focused his research on court and justice  administration, and organised and directed several international comparative research projects in this field,  for example on case allocation in courts and on transnational judicial cooperation in Europe, and the Menu for Justice project on legal and judicial training in Europe. Currently he participates in the Swiss Synergia Justizmanagement project, led by Andreas Lienhard in Bern and a project on caseflow management in civil procedures, managed by Petra Pekkanen from Laaperenta University in Finland.  Since many years there has been a close cooperation with the Institute for Research of Judicial Systems in Bologna, Italy.

Langbroek is managing editor of the International Journal for Court Administration and co-director of the EGPA studygroup on Justice and Court Administration, and member of the editorial board of Utrecht Law Review.  

Trained in public administration and law, he has taught Dutch administrative law and public administration for many years and published widely on administrative law and Ombudsmen.

Teaching subjects are:

Methodology of legal research


Administrative procedural law.

Court administration.

Involved in the following study programme(s)
Legal Research Onderzoeksmaster
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Bachelor of Law
methodology of legal research - justice and court administration - quality management - ombudsman - good governance in public administration - Dutch administrative law - European arrest warrant - comparative administrative law - judicial independence & autonomy - transnational judicial cooperation - case assignment in courts - court proceedings

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Last updated 17.11.2014