Barber Boekraad

Barber Boekraad

Barber’s expertise and practice covers a wide range of areas including contractual and tort disputes. She’s experienced in banking litigation as well as disputes relating to financial statements and auditor’s liability.

Furthermore, she manages our junior litigation practice and is a supervisor of junior associates.

Barber holds an Honours Masters of Law from the University of Amsterdam (2009). She also holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Political Science. Barber attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2015).

In 2015, Barber was seconded to an international bank working as an in-house counsel restructuring and litigation.

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2010

Experience

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