Tessel Bossen is paralegal at bureau Brandeis. She works for the media & entertainment practice and the cartel damages practice.
In the course of her studies, Tessel has developed a strong interest for legal disputes within the creative sector. She specialized in this area of law by obtaining a master’s degree in Information Law at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) at the University of Amsterdam (UvA). Tessel received her bachelor’s degree with honors also at the UvA, after which she studied at the University of Copenhagen and did an internship at a law firm in New York City. Furthermore, Tessel has developed her litigation skills by participating in multiple moot court competitions, among which the prestigious ‘Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court’ at Oxford University.
From time to time, Tessel also likes to delve into other fields of law that interest her. For example, she wrote her master’s thesis on a subject where privacy- and competition law intersect. For this reason, Tessel is capable of fulfilling a variety of legal work at bureau Brandeis.