About Nadine Groeneveld-Tijssens

Nadine Groeneveld-Tijssens is a lawyer admitted to practise before the Dutch Supreme Court. Her practice spans a wide range of cases, including contract and liability law, expropriation law, transport law and procedural law. Also litigating before the District Court and the Court of Appeal, she frequently handles class action suits or test cases.

Civil procedural law is where Nadine feels most at home. This stems not only from her expertise and experience as a Supreme Court lawyer, but also from her doctoral research into declaratory judgments. After her doctoral thesis was published, in 2015, Nadine stayed affiliated with Tilburg University through a fellowship. She presents guest lectures on Advanced Civil Procedural Law for the master's syllabus and regularly teaches courses to judges, justices and higher education institutes on topics deriving from procedural law, such as the heads of claim, the operative part of the judgment, res judicata and appeals.

Nadine regularly authors articles on topics relating to procedural law and substantive law. For example, she is the author of a monograph about the special custody agreement as part of the leading Monografieën BW series and a co-author of the Sdu Commentaar Internationaal Privaatrecht (Boek 10 BW).

Read more

More about
Nadine

Education
  • Tilburg University: Supreme Court Civil Law Litigation, a specialist course
  • Tilburg University: PhD 
Admitted to bar
  • The Netherlands
Membership
  • Association of Supreme Court Civil Lawyers
  • Dutch Association for Procedural Law
  • Association for Civil Law
  • Member of the local World War II Remembrance Day Committee in Tilburg.
Rechtsgebiedenregister

Nadine Groeneveld has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

 

  • Cassation (appeal to the Dutch Supreme Court)
  • Civil procedural law

 

Based on this registration, Nadine is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.