Timo Hieselaar

Attorney

Timo Hieselaar is working as a junior associate at bureau Brandeis. He specialises in (European) competition law.

In the course of his studies, Timo developed specific interest for European economic law, and competition law in particular. He focused on this field of law during his masters at the Radboud University, where he completed a master’s degree in European Business Law (cum laude). His thesis on across-platforms parity agreements was awarded a 9/10 (high 1st).

Timo was an intern at the EU competition law sections of two prominent international law firms. In 2019, he participated in the prestigious European Law Moot Court Competition, in which he and his team reached the (regional) finals.

During his studies, Timo worked as a clerk of the Court of Arnhem. He assisted, amongst others, the court in dealing with a class action suit.

Moreover, Timo is also interested in societal matters within the EU and abroad. For instance, Timo took part in the interdisciplinary Honoursprogramme of the Radboud University during which he gained knowledge of various fields of study. Part of this programme concerned conducting a research in Washington D.C. and New York on voter inequality in the United States of America. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in European and Dutch law in Nijmegen, he completed another bachelor’s degree in English European law at the Nottingham Trent University in the UK with a First Class Honours distinction.

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Competition Flashback Q1 2022

Bas Braeken & Demi van den Berg & Jade Versteeg & Lara Elzas & Timo Hieselaar / 14 Apr 2022

This is the Competition Flashback Q1 2022 by bureau Brandeis, featuring a selection of the key competition law developments of the past quarter. Would you like to receive the Competition Flashback news letter of bureau Brandeis by…

Competition Flashback Q4

Bas Braeken & Jade Versteeg & Timo Hieselaar & Demi van den Berg & Lara Elzas / 14 Jan 2022

This is the Competition Flashback by bureau Brandeis, featuring a selection of some of the key competition law developments of the past quarter (see the original version here). If you would like to receive the next…