mr. Angélique Claassen
Angélique Claassen studied Law in Nijmegen and followed the specialisation Law in Europe as part of the Dutch Law programme. Angélique took her graduation subjects at the Université Robert Schumann in Strasbourg, France.
Angélique has been active as a lawyer since 1998. Initially in general practice and in administrative law in Den Bosch and, since 2001, in commercial real estate in Eindhoven, more specifically in area developments with a focus on spatial administrative and environmental law, exploitation agreements, Municipalities Preferential Rights Act and expropriation, procurement law and construction law. Her current activities are partially comprised of guiding developers, housing corporations and municipalities in drafting contracts and with the zoning procedures of area developments, as well as litigating for the administrative law court. Additionally, she handles various construction disputes, guides market players for complex contract drafting and engages in compliance issues for housing corporations.
Angélique is member of the Construction Law Lawyers’ Association, the Administrative Law Association and the Dutch Procurement Law Association. She is also affiliated with Dutch Women in Real Estate (DWIRE). In 2017, Angélique graduated the Grotius specialisation programme in Environmental Law cum laude.