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  • 06-06-2023

NautaDutilh announces the promotion of Anke Holtland to counsel Public Law with effect from 1 June 2023. 

Anke Holtland has eight years' experience representing clients in all sectors on public law cases. She joined NautaDutilh in 2020 in the Real Estate & Infrastructure group. Her practice includes litigating and advising clients in the field of administrative enforcement, supervision by governmental bodies and Open Government Act related cases. She also litigates and advises on grants approved by governmental bodies. Areas of main expertise are administrative and privacy law. Anke holds a master's degree in Constitutional and Administrative Law (Leiden University), and regularly publishes in legal journals such as 'Privacy & Informatie'.

"Anke is a driving force within our Public Law team", says managing partner Lieke van der Velden. "With her broad experience, she also supports our team in areas such as energy and real estate. She consistently delivers a high level of work and is very much appreciated by both clients and colleagues because of her quick understanding of public law challenges and outstanding communication skills."

Anke Holtland: "I aim to further build our public law and privacy practices by seizing opportunities to support our clients with integrated full-service advice. Together with the Public Law and the Privacy teams, I'd like to ensure that we are seen as the go-to firm for successfully completing transactions, litigation and arbitration in highly regulated sectors."

"Anke's expertise and understanding of industry challenges greatly helps us to proactively address real estate related litigation and transactions needs. Her appointment as counsel is highly deserved, as it recognises her passion for delivering comprehensive legal guidance to our clients",  says Iris Kieft, associate partner of the Public Law & Regulatory team.

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