Myrthe Nielen has been an attorney-at-law since 2013 and joined Pels Rijcken in 2018. As adviser and litigator, she specialises in losses caused by government decisions. For example compensation for loss in infrastructure projects. Myrthe welcomes contributing ideas towards preventing loss and compensation in kind and, when necessary, she conducts proceedings. Furthermore, Myrthe has a wide experience in the areas of cables and pipelines, environmental law enforcement, plant protection products and circular economy.
Myrthe is a dedicated lawyer with a sportive approach. She combines thoroughness with practicality and knows how to create a professional and pleasant cooperation with clients. Myrthe places her matters in a broader perspective and benefits from her postgraduate degree in General Administrative Law at the Grotius Academy, which she completed cum laude in 2021.
Myrthe graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Law and a master's degree in European Law and started her career as a lawyer at Van der Feltz advocaten in 2013. Part of her curriculum was at the University of Cambridge and the Université de Genève. Because of her experience abroad, she speaks English, French and Spanish. Myrthe regularly writes case law commentaries and is a member of the Dutch Administrative Law Association, the Environmental Lawyers Association, and the Environmental Law Association.