Miranda van Eekelen - Atema

Miranda specialises in commercial litigation and insolvency law. She handles a broad range of civil liability issues, including complex commercial disputes.

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Miranda van Eekelen - Atema

Associate Amsterdam

Miranda specialises in commercial litigation and insolvency law. She handles a broad range of civil liability issues, including complex commercial disputes.

Miranda van Eekelen - Atema

Associate Amsterdam

Miranda graduated (summa cum laude) in Private Law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2021.

She has experience in the field of business economics, in particular in financial reporting and insurance.

Miranda is a member of the Association of Young Insolvency Lawyers (JIRA).

Languages: Dutch, English
Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2021
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