Victorine Dijkstra specialises in competition law, European law and foreign direct investment (FDI). Her areas of practice include merger control, agreements between companies, abuse of a dominant position, significant market power, compliance and cartel damages. She is also regularly involved in FDI notifications, European and Dutch cartel investigations, as well as administrative law and civil (damages) proceedings in these areas.
She has broad experience in various sectors ranging from agrifood to consumer products, energy, digital markets and automotive.
Victorine studied law at Leiden University (civil and corporate law) and Sciences Po in Paris and flute at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. She also obtained a postgraduate diploma in EU & Competition Law from King's College London. Further, Victorine is a board member of the (foreign) Investment Review Association and a member of the Dutch Competition Law Association and W@Competition. She regularly publishes in her field. Victorine speaks Dutch, English and French.
Before joining NautaDutilh, Victorine worked at another leading Dutch law firm for nine years and spent almost a year at Gide Loyrette Nouel in Paris in 2019.