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Jolize Lautenbach Associate Partner

Jolize Lautenbach is a lawyer in the field of administrative / regulatory law. Since 2018, she heads NautaDutilh's Rotterdam administrative law group. The team represents national and international private and non-governmental institutions and (national) governments (municipalities, ministries, autonomous administrative authorities (ZBO's). She advises on general administrative law issues and has broad experience in administrative litigation. Besides general administrative law, she and the team specialise in specific regulated sectors such as environmental law, telecommunication, media, gaming, transport, food and education. The administrative law team of NautaDutilh mainly focusses on complex files with many interested parties, various governmental organisations and more often than not advises on new regulations and legal issues without previous case law.

Jolize graduated in 2005 at the University of Amsterdam. Before joining NautaDutilh in February 2007, she worked for the University of Amsterdam as a researcher on regulatory issues regarding art law. She is admitted to the Rotterdam Bar and is a member of the Association on Administrative Law, the Association for Media and Communication Law (of which she has been board member (treasurer) since 2015), the Association for Transport Law, the Association for Food Law and the Association on Art, Culture and Law. Since 2015 she is deputy-chairman and member of the independent objection advisory committee of one of the national subsidy Funds, the Creative Industries Fund NL (Stimuleringsfonds voor de Creatieve Industrie).

What others say
Clients say 'Jolize Lautenbach is a fast-thinking lawyer and very pleasant to work with.' (The Legal500, 2022).

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