The appointment was celebrated with an inaugural lecture by Professor Gullifer, and a graduate symposium at which two Oxford DPhil candidates (Alfie Lewis, and Anton Didenko) and two Radboud DPhil candidates (Mirik van Rijn, and Niels Pannevis) were invited to present their research.
Congratulations to Professor Louise Gullifer for being appointed Professor of International Commercial Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen.
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