Marieke Rozenbroek is part of NautaDutilh's competition and EU law group in Amsterdam. She advises on Dutch and European competition law, state aid, public procurement and several other areas of European Union law.
Marieke obtained her Master's degree in European law and her Honours Master European Policy at the University of Amsterdam in 2016. In 2014, together with three other students, she won the NVER (Dutch Association of European Law) ‘Moot Court’. Furthermore, she did an internship at the European Law department of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she assisted the representatives of the Dutch government in cases brought before the General Court and the Court of Justice of the EU. In addition, she worked as a student assistant at the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Amsterdam.
Prior to joining NautaDutilh in May 2017, she taught European Law to bachelor students at the University of Amsterdam.
Marieke is a member of the Dutch Association of European Law (NVER) and is admitted to the Amsterdam Bar.