Magister JFT | Global Law is the chamber that aims to improve the student experience of Global Law students at Tilburg Law school. The chamber does this through the organizing of a broad range of events. One of our main goals is to offer something to every type of Global Law student. For the students looking for in-depth exploration of the law program, we organise guest lectures, study clinics and discussion groups. For students who want to escape the studying, we organise parties, cantusses, movie nights and other social activities. Finally, we offer students the possibility to look into career possibilities. We achieve this through network events, firm trips, trainings and lectures. Our chamber is mainly known for its great environment and has provided many Global Law students with a close group of friends. 

Magister JFT | Global Law consists of a board, 4 committees and many members. The Human Rights Committee organises lectures, trips (e.g to Unicef and the ICC) and discussion groups relating to actual humanitarian problems. The Introduction Committee is occupied with the organisation of parties and other social events. The Academic Committee is responsible for the organisation of study clinics, exam preparation groups and other study-related events. The Career Committee organises all events related to career orientation.  

All in all, Magister JFT | Global Law tries to offer students a complete study and student experience next to the Global Law bachelor. Do you want to keep up to date on what our Chamber does? Are you interested in one of the things we do? Or do you think you can contribute to our chamber? Send an email to globallaw@magisterjft.nl or reach out to one of our board members.  

 

Academic comitee

The Academic Committee is committed to helping Global Law students with their studies and providing them with in-depth exploration of the law program. To realise these targets, the Committee organises numerous types of events. At the end of every semester they organise exam-prep groups and throughout the semester they organise multiple study clinics so students can pass their exams with the highest grades possible. Additionally, they can organise guest lectures relating to Global Law issues or academia in general.  

Academic comitee

The Academic Committee is committed to helping Global Law students with their studies and providing them with in-depth exploration of the law program. To realise these targets, the Committee organises numerous types of events. At the end of every semester they organise exam-prep groups and throughout the semester they organise multiple study clinics so students can pass their exams with the highest grades possible. Additionally, they can organise guest lectures relating to Global Law issues or academia in general.  

Human Rights Committee

The Human Rights Committee’s main focus lies on extra-curricular exploration of human rights–related topics. We do our best in building an enthusiastic group, where every member feels that their input and initiative are welcome. It is a chance for young and passionate students to experience work in the humanitarian field, an area of special interest to so many Global Law students. 
 
Although HRC’s focus may be slightly revised every year, regular discussions of controversial news and other polarising topics have proven to be a great success. An effective way of raising awareness on current humanitarian crises are guest lectures, which are amply organised by our committee throughout the year. HRC seeks to support worthy causes through fund-raising or spreading the word. We are proud of our interaction with the city of Tilburg, which aims to bring Global Law students closer to the local community. External trips to NGO offices can be of great help in professional orientation and will not be overlooked by HRC either. 

Introduction Committee

The Introduction Committee of Magister JFT | Global Law aims to be the most accessible committee of the chamber. Mostly intended for first-year students seeking an introduction to our association, the introduction committee is responsible for the social events of the chamber. Even though the committee attempts to be accessible, this does not affect the professionalism of the events which it organizes. In the build-up to the Easter cantus, organized together with Magister JFT | Juribes, the committee arranged everything to the finest detail which was awarded with a memorable evening. Smaller scale events like the Christmas Cinema or Active Member Day have also been received very well.  

All in all, the introduction committee hopes to show the students of the Global Law program a good time on the nights where they can leave the books for what they are, whilst introducing its committee members to the responsibilities of hosting an event.