Philip M. Langbroek
Dr. Philip M. Langbroek (1955) is a senior researcher and lecturer at the Department of Law, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Trained in public administration and law, he has taught Dutch administrative law (legal procedure) and public administration for many years.
Inspired by the change processes in the Dutch judiciary, Langbroek has focused his research almost entirely on the functioning of justice organisations. This has resulted in several international publications, some of which are:
The Challenge of Change for Judicial Systems, developing a Public Administration Perspective, a collection (with Marco Fabri, eds), IOS Press Amsterdam/ Washington DC, 2000.
L'administration de la justice en Europe et l'valuation de sa qualit. Collection Grands colloques", Montchrestien, Editions juridiques associes, Paris 2005, Marco Fabri, Jean-Paul Jean, Philip Langbroek, Hlne Pauliat (eds. and research directors.)
The Right Judge for each Case, a comparative study of case assignment and impartiality in 6 European countries, Metro, Intersentia, Antwerp 2007.(with Marco Fabri, editors and research-directors).
Defence Rights during Administrative Investigations, a comparative study into defence rights during administrative investigations against EU fraud in England & Wales, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Sweden and Switzerland. Intersentia, Antwerp 2007. (with Oswald Jansen, editors and research directors)