Bram Martin is a professional support lawyer (not admitted to the bar) and has been supporting the lawyers of the Construction and Procurement Law department since 2010. He specialises in conducting legal research in the field of procurement law and construction law. This research includes case law, literature and legislation. Bram has extensive experience in analysing construction contracts, framework agreements, tender guidelines and award systems. In addition, he is responsible for knowledge management and knowledge development.
Bram graduated with a degree in Dutch Law from Leiden University. He studied both Dutch Civil Law and International and European Law. At Sciences Po in Paris, he also studied International Relations and History. Bram previously worked in consultancy, where he advised ministries, municipalities and water boards on organisational and legal issues. From 2016 to 2019, Bram was chairman of the PSL Network, a network of professional support lawyers from the larger law firms in the Netherlands. He was responsible for the sections 'literature' and 'calendar' in Tijdschrift Aanbestedingsrecht (Procurement Journal) for four years. Bram teaches the in-house master class 'Finding EU legislation, policy and case law efficiently'. Besides Dutch as his first language, Bram speaks English, French and German.