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Jeroen Kortmann nominated for best Dutch litigator

Jeroen Kortmann nominated for best Dutch litigator

Jeroen Kortmann nominated for best Dutch litigator

11.03.2020 NL law

For the second consecutive year, Jeroen Kortmann has been nominated for the title of 'best Dutch litigator'.

Jeroen heads the International Litigation Group of our Amsterdam office and acts as a defence counsel in large international disputes. In addition to his work at Stibbe Jeroen is a professor of private law at the University of Amsterdam, where he teaches tort law.

Vote for Jeroen

Since 2018, the election for best litigator is organised by the Association of Collection and Litigation Attorneys (VIA). After the online nomination round, the professional jury, led by Professor Toon van Mierlo, selected the final nominees. The title goes to the lawyer who has the most votes on 18 March 2020. Voting is not limited to lawyers; anyone with an e-mail address can vote. 

 

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