Anne-Marie Span

Anne-Marie specialises in environmental law, particularly spatial planning and nature conservation law.

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Anne-Marie Span Stibbe

Anne-Marie Span

Senior Associate Amsterdam

Anne-Marie specialises in environmental law, particularly spatial planning and nature conservation law.

Anne-Marie Span

Senior Associate Amsterdam

Anne-Marie regularly advises and litigates on behalf of provincial and municipal authorities, retail companies, project developers and real estate investors regarding planning and the granting of permits for (sub)urban (re)developments.

She has a master's in public law from University of Amsterdam (2014) and a master’s in urban and regional planning at University of Utrecht (2014). Anne-Marie also completed the postgraduate course in spatial planning and environmental law form the Grotius Academy (2021). In 2020, Anne-Marie attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD.

She is a member of the Administrative Law Association and the Construction Law Association.

Languages: Dutch, English
Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2014
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