Aaldert ten Veen, partner and former board member of Stibbe, was today nominated by the Dutch government to be appointed to the Administrative Law Division of the Council of State. This appointment will take effect on 1 March 2019.
Aaldert ten Veen started his career at Stibbe in 1992 and has specialised in environmental law for the past 27 years. He has been involved in leading projects in the fields of infrastructure, housing and energy for a wide variety of clients. In 2012 he joined the Stibbe board where he became heavily involved in the design of and relocation to the new office building, which was completed in 2016. At the Council of State, Aaldert will once again deal with environmental law issues.
Derk Lemstra, managing partner of Stibbe: "We are very proud that Aaldert has been appointed to the Administrative Law Division of the Council of State. As a lawyer and board member, Aaldert devoted his heart and soul to Stibbe. We are also grateful to Aaldert for his role in developing what has become one of the largest administrative law practices in the Netherlands, which will continue to grow in the good hands of Tom Barkhuysen, Jan Reinier van Angeren and Anna Collignon."