Cees van Dam currently holds the following part-time academic positions:

 

  • Professor of International Business and Human Rights at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

  • Professor of European Tort Law at Maastricht University

  • Visiting Professor at King's College London

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Short CV

2017 - present:

Member Monitoring Committee, Dutch Banking Agreement, Social Economic Council (SER)

2016 - present:

Member of the jury of the annual Beer Impuls Scriptieprijs

2016 - present:

Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Stichting Victimes des Déchets Toxiques Côte d’Ivoire

2015 - present:

Professor of European Tort Law, Maastricht University

2014 - present:

Professor of International Business and Human Rights, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

2008 - present: 

Visiting Professor, King’s College London

2007 - present:

legal consultant

 

2007 - 2014:

Honorary Professor of European Private Law, Utrecht University

 

2007 - 2014:

Visiting Professor, Queen Mary, University of London

 

2004 - 2007:

British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London

 

2003 - 2007:

Member of the Board of the Dutch Lawyers Association (Nederlandse Juristenvereniging, NJV)

2000 - 2004:

Chair of General Contract Terms Committees at the Dutch Social Economic Council (SER)

 

1996 - 2009:

Editor in Chief of Verkeersrecht, a Dutch monthly on civil, criminal and administrative traffic law

 

1992 - 2004:

Full Professor of Private Law, Vrije University Amterdam

 

1991 - 2008:

Deputy Judge, District Court Arnhem

 

1990 - 1992:

Member of Staff, Legislative Department, Ministry of Justrice, The Netherlands

 

1984 - 1990:

PhD researcher and lecturer, Molengraaff Institute for Private Law, Utrecht University

1984:

LL.M. in Dutch private law, Utrecht University

1978:

LL.B. in Dutch law, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Inaugural lecture

Rotterdam School of Management

18 September 2015

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Inaugural Lecture

Vrije Universieit Amsterdam

25 March 1994