Maxime Hanhart has been working as a lawyer at Pels Rijcken since 2020 in the Administrative Law department and Innovation, Privacy & Technology (IP&T) department. She specialises in privacy law and advises (large) companies and government bodies, such as ministries, ministerial departments, provinces, municipalities and supervisory bodies. She also conducts proceedings in administrative and civil courts on diverse disputes involving privacy law aspects, including the permissibility of data processing and the rights of data subjects under the General Data Protection Regulation.
Maxime completed the master’s in information law at the University of Amsterdam and the master’s in civil law at Leiden University. During her studies, she completed several internships in the legal profession and performed a research internship at the Institute for Information Law (IViR). Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a student employee at Pels Rijcken.