Mirjam von Meijenfeldt is an associate in NautaDutilh’s Administrative Law department. She advises on various issues concerning general administrative law, zoning, the Government Information Public Access Act, trade in goods, and procurement law.
Mirjam completed her honours programme and Master of Laws in Administrative Law (with the distinction cum laude) in 2016. Mirjam also studied Psychology at the Utrecht University.
During her Master, Mirjam has completed a student internship at another renowned Dutch law firm. She also followed an student internship at the Ministry of Economic Affairs where she dealt with several cases and issues regarding European Law and Administrative Law, such as State aid and requests under de Government Information Public Access Act.
In 2016 Mirjam was admitted to the Amsterdam Bar and joined NautaDutilh. Before joining the NautaDutilh’s Administrative Law department in Rotterdam, Mirjam was a member of the Competition and EU law group of NautaDutilh in Amsterdam.