Eveline van Rhijn is senior associate at NautaDutilh and a member of the Corporate Crime & Investigations team in Rotterdam. She advises and represents (inter)national companies, financial institutions, auditors and governmental authorities on matters concerning (anti-)money laundering, (anti-)corruption, fraud, forensic investigation, sanctions legislation and export control, environmental criminal law and economic crime. Further, she focuses on (legal) topics related to corporate social responsibility, such as in relation to the Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Act and human rights due diligence. In that respect, Eveline is also a member of the General Topics Table of the initiative 'Jurist Doet Wat' of the Dutch association for company lawyers (Nederlands Genootschap Bedrijfsjuristen) and the Business Law Institute of the Radboud University Nijmegen.
Eveline studied at the University of Groningen where she successfully completed the university's honours programme. She obtained her (robe) master's degree in 2014 in both criminal and civil law. After Eveline was sworn in as a lawyer (advocaat) in February 2015, she gained broad experience as a lawyer in the fields of regulatory and criminal enforcement, civil litigation and mergers & acquisitions. Eveline has been working at NautaDutilh since 2018. Since October 2020, she follows the academic studies on Financial and Economic Criminal Law at the VU University in Amsterdam.
Eveline provides compliance trainings and publishes frequently on various subjects related to corporate crime, such as corporate investigations, the Dutch Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Prevention) Act (Wwft), the Dutch Sanctions Act and the Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Act and human rights due diligence. She also regularly writes articles for NautaDutilh's Compliance & Business Integrity blog and the Current Affairs section on money laundering of Tijdschrift voor Sanctierecht & Onderneming.