Mirjam van de Hel - Koedoot specializes in domestic and international arbitration as well as in (international) commercial litigation. Mirjam has been involved as counsel in commercial and investment arbitrations under a variety of rules (e.g. NAI, ICC, UNCITRAL, SCC). She is also involved in arbitration associated court proceedings, such as the enforcement and the setting aside of arbitral awards.
Mirjam graduated from Leiden University in 2001 and was admitted to the The Hague bar in the same year. She also studied at the Institut d'études politiques in Paris and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Before joining NautaDutilh in March 2009, she practised law at a major Dutch law firm and at an international arbitration boutique law firm in Brussels.
Mirjam publishes on various aspects of civil procedural law and arbitration. She is, among other things, co-author of the standard textbook on Dutch civil procedural law (Tekst & Commentaar Burgerlijke Rechtsvordering; De dagvaardingsprocedure in eerste aanleg) as well as a contributor to a Guide to the NAI Arbitration Rules (including a commentary on Dutch Arbitration Law). Mirjam presents on topics of (international) arbitration and civil procedural law at seminars and lectures on these topics at training institutes.