Nienke de Bruijn works as a paralegal at bureau Brandeis. She specializes in resolving disputes in the areas of administrative law, financial law and technology.
Nienke obtained her cum laude master’s degree in Law at the VU University in Amsterdam. Given her affinity with the growing importance of the online tech industry, she followed a master’s minor in International Technology Law. During her bachelor at the University of Utrecht, Nienke studied American history and politics at the University of Florida for a semester.
In addition to her studies, Nienke was already active as a part-time paralegal at a lawfirm and was part of the youth think tank of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she focused on transatlantic relations. She participated in international speech and lobbying competitions at Oxford and Harvard University and won an award in this area.
In her spare time, Nienke works as a spinning instructor at Rocycle Amsterdam and volunteers as a mentor for human rights dialogues for Amnesty International.