Daniëlle Brouwer is associate at bureau Brandeis. She specialises in corporate and commercial litigation, mass damage cases, liability cases and private international law.
Daniëlle obtained her master’s degree in (international) private law and her master’s degree in criminal law at the VU University of Amsterdam. Prior to her master’s Daniëlle obtained two bachelors, Law and Criminology, during which she also studied at the Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada.
Next to her studies she worked at a student-run platform, providing legal advice to Amsterdam citizens, as well as spending a significant amount of time teaching university students in both (international) private and public law courses. Daniëlle joined bureau Brandeis in February 2019.
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Update on the transposition of the EU Directive on representative actions for consumers into Dutch law
Major revision of the regime for collective actions in the Netherlands