Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands., NL
Jorge Constantino is currently a Master candidate in International Technology Law at Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In 2015, he graduated as a Bachelor of Laws from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. Since, he has worked in legal practice in Australia and currently works as a sessional academic teaching Law at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
The Board of Amsterdam Law Forum (ALF) hereby proudly presents the first issue published by its current editorial team. In this 2022 Winter Issue, we are pleased to introduce two peer-reviewed articles covering history in international law and e-commerce vat regulation, one opinion article covering cryptocurrency pump-and-dump and financial markets in Europe, and a special cometary edition on the current war in Ukraine. All these papers are the product of the combined efforts of authors, editors, and peer reviewers. We are proud to publish articles that revise current issues in international law and disruptive technologies bringing high quality contributions to our academic community. Moreover, this May, after two years of gathering restrictions because of the COVID-19 measurements, we are finally hosting a face-to-face conference addressing climate change and its legal challenges. Trusting that these academic events are stimulating the minds of our academics contributing to this paper and the academic community, we present innovative contributions to intrigue and inspire our readers.