Pauline Ernste practices litigation and arbitration, with a focus on both national and international arbitration. She is also involved in arbitration related court proceedings in The Netherlands.
Pauline graduated from Radboud University Nijmegen in 2006. She holds a Masters' degree in Dutch Private Law and Dutch Criminal Law. In 2012, Pauline obtained her Doctorate at Radboud University Nijmegen with a thesis on binding third-party ruling ("bindend advies").
Alongside her legal practice, Pauline is fellow at the Business & Law Research Center of the Radboud University Nijmegen. She frequently publishes on topics in the field of litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Pauline is editor of TCR (Tijdschrift Civiele Rechtspleging), which is the Netherlands leading journal on litigation. In addition, Pauline regularly lectures to fellow legal practitioners and university students.
Pauline is admitted to the Rotterdam Bar (2015) and is a member of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute association for Young Arbitration Practitioners ("NAI Jong Oranje") and the Dutch Association for Procedural Law ("Nederlandse Vereniging voor Procesrecht").