Christina Muntinghe joined Pels Rijcken in 2006, where she focuses on various facets of European law. With years of practical experience in procurement law, she has specialised in state aid law, advising (local) governments in complex projects, including area developments and sustainable and innovative energy projects with which she has special affinity due to her technical background. Her approach is always focused on providing concrete and practical solutions that enable clients to achieve their objectives.
Christina studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Twente and graduated cum laude from Leiden University with a master’s degree in Dutch Civil Law. She is a member of the Dutch Competition Law Association and the Dutch European Law Association. Christina regularly contributes to journals on topics concerning procurement law as well as annotations and commentaries.