Marijse Neuteboom-Klink joined Pels Rijcken’s Administrative Law department in 2012, where she deals with a wide range of cases in the areas of (general) administrative law. She frequently litigates for the Dutch State, local governments and regulatory authorities. Marijse is mainly focused on oversight and enforcement in (financial) administrative law and litigates on (decision) liability before the civil and administrative courts. In addition, Marijse has a special interest in disciplinary law. She often acts in various disciplinary proceedings within the areas of disciplinary law governing the accountancy profession, medical profession and legal profession.
Marijse received her master’s degree in Constitutional and Administrative Law from Leiden University. She started her career at Pels Rijcken’s Supreme Court department where she mainly litigates at the interface of administrative and private law. Marijse publishes the semi-annual chronicle Bestuur en privaatrecht (Management and Private Law) in the Dutch Journal of Administrative Law.