About

The Glushko & Samuelson Information Law and Policy Lab develops and promotes research-based policy solutions that protect fundamental rights and freedoms in the field of European information law. This student-run, IViR-led institution aims to convert gained insights from academic research into practical policy solutions and share these widely, providing students hands-on training under the supervision of experienced academics.

The Lab works on selected projects at the initiative and in close consultation with selected partners with a public interest mission, such as non-governmental organizations, policy think-tanks, public authorities, government agencies and local and (inter)national governments. Students work closely with other students and members of staff at the University of Amsterdam.

The Lab offers selected master students the unique possibility to combine theory and practice of information law. Under the supervision of staff members, students will, depending on the project, draft position papers, public briefings, legislative proposals, amicus briefs, responses to consultations and policy impact assessments.

The Lab is made possible by a donation by Pamela Samuelson and Bob Glushko.

Are you interested in becoming a partner?

If your organisation works in the public interest, and has a pressing issue in the field of information law, let us know! Please send an email to o.l.vandaalen@uva.nl.

Are you a student interested in gaining policy experience?

Each semester, we have room for a select group of information law students to work with partners on particular projects. Do you want to know more? Please send an email to s.j.vangompel@uva.nl.

Contact

Email: s.j.vangompel@uva.nl
Tel: +31(0)20 525 3643

Visiting address

Glushko & Samuelson Information Law and Policy Lab
Roeterseilandcampus, Building A, 5th floor
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
1018 WV Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Postal address

Glushko & Samuelson Information Law and Policy Lab
P.O. Box 15514
1001 NA Amsterdam
The Netherlands


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