Anne-Marie Klijn (1964) has been appointed a partner at NautaDutilh. Anne-Marie, who specialises in the fields of administrative law and environmental law, has spent more than 25 years counselling companies, civil-society institutions, and governments regarding the areas where governments exercise direct influence on society.
Her expertise ranges from general and European administrative law, spatial planning law, environmental law, and government liability, to enforcement and supervision. She was closely involved with the new Environment and Planning Act through her membership of the Minister for Infrastructure and the Environment’s advisory committee on the new act. Anne-Marie has years of experience of judicial process management, providing strategic and politically sensitive advice, and representing clients before administrative law and other courts.
Erik Geerling, Chairman of the Board at NautaDutilh: "We are delighted that Anne-Marie will be working with us as a partner. Her many years of experience and wide range of expertise will strengthen and broaden our administrative law practice."
Anne-Marie is a Qualified Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, an institution for construction and real estate professionals. She is also a member of the advisory committee on the new Environment and Planning Act, the Association of Construction Law Attorneys ('Vereniging Bouwrecht-Advocaten') and the Association of Environmental Law Attorneys ('Vereniging van Milieurecht Advocaten'). She frequently gives lectures and publishes on her areas of expertise. The Chambers legal directory praises her 'excellent performance before the Council of State, as well as her commercial advice.' Anne-Marie, who has been practising law since 1990, had been a partner at Boekel de Nerée since 1997.