Annemarie Drahmann

Acting for both companies and public bodies, Annemarie specialises in general public law especially with regard to the allocation of limited public rights by the government.

Her practice also covers environmental and spatial planning matters including nature conservation law. Furthermore, she handles energy law cases in particular those relating to offshore wind farms.

Annemarie has a PhD from Leiden University (2015). She also has an LL.M in public law and criminology, cum laude, from VU University Amsterdam, and obtained her post degree specialist education in administrative law, cum laude, from Grotius Academy.

Further to her work at Stibbe, Annemarie is a lecturer at Leiden University.

She regularly publishes in legal journals such as Administrative Law Judgments (Administratiefrechtelijke Beslissingen, AB) and Construction Law (Bouwrecht, BR).

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2004

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