Marieke Kaajan > ENVIR Advocaten > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
ENVIR Advocaten Offices
Jan van Goyenkade 10 III
1075 HP Amsterdam
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Environmental law, administrative law, nature conservation law
Marieke Kaajan, co-founder and partner at ENVIR Advocaten, is one of the specialists in Nature Conservation Law in the Netherlands and is also well known for her in-depth knowledge of environmental law, planning and zoning law. When, in May 2019, the Dutch Council of State annulled the Dutch nitrogen action programme due to non-compliance with EU law, several national and regional television and radio programs asked Marieke Kaajan to explain this judgment and its consequences.
For her out of the box solutions and strategic advice in proceedings as well as in obtaining permits Marieke Kaajan is engaged by Ministries, Provinces, municipalities and developers for projects with high financial or political impact. Within her field of expertise, Marieke Kaajan is involved in all relevant permits for many large industrial and sustainable energy projects (e.g. large wind farms onshore and offshore).
Marieke publishes and teaches frequently about several environmental and Nature Conservation law issues.
2014-today Co-founder and partner at ENVIR Advocaten
2001-2014 Lawyer at Stibbe
Dutch Environmental Lawyers Association, Dutch Construction Law Association
2009 Mini MBA at INSEAD
1997-2001 Master of Science in Public Administration, Utrecht University
1999-2000 Master of Laws in Administrative Law, Radboud University, Nijmegen
1996-1999 Bachelor of Laws, VU Amsterdam
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Boutique environmental specialist ENVIR Advocaten focuses entirely on public law. As an advisor to the government, the firm is well-positioned to advise on issues such as how to deal with nitrogen deposits in protected areas. Conservation law, zoning and planning are also key areas of focus. Marieke Kaajan handles relevant permits for large industrial and sustainable energy projects. Fleur Onrust advises and litigates on spatial planning matters for businesses, developers and municipalities. Since publication, Iris Kieft left the firm.