Karlijn Teuben is a highly experienced litigator with 15 years of experience as a Supreme Court litigator. She has a broad Supreme Court practice with an emphasis on liability, insurance and compensation. In addition, in Supreme Court proceedings, she focuses primarily on general property rights, civil procedural law, employment law, transport law and international (public and private) law. Karlijn also litigates in the courts of fact. The cases litigated are often complex disputes involving (government) liability, compensation and international law. She also litigates in cases involving healthcare and health insurance.
Karlijn graduated from the conservatories in The Hague and Amsterdam as a clarinet music teacher and performing musician. She went on to graduate with distinction from the civil law programme at Leiden University where she then worked as a lecturer/researcher. She earned her PhD on a procedural law thesis at the same university. Karlijn lectures and writes regularly about civil procedural law, among other things. Together with Willem Heemskerk, she is co-author of the procedural law handbook Hugenholtz/Heemskerk. Karlijn also holds a number of other legal positions, including as secretary for the Civil Supreme Court Lawyers Association (VCCA).