Annemijn Westerduin is a member of Pels Rijcken’s Employment and Public Service Law team. She is mainly involved in civil employment law and advises on and litigates in, among other things, cases involving dismissal, employer's liability, equal treatment and employee co-determination. Her specific interests are collective labour agreement law and special clauses such as the non-competition clause.
Annemijn studied Dutch Law at Utrecht University and received her master’s degree in Employment Law from Erasmus University and a master’s degree with distinction from Leiden University. During her academic pursuits, she studied at Tulane Law School in New Orleans for six months. She was also an external court clerk at the District Court of Central Netherlands and academic lecturer at the Employment Law Department of Erasmus University. Annemijn is a member of the Young Employment Lawyers Association (VJAA) and is a regular contributor to our Employment and Public Service Law Blog.