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Boels Zanders expands administrative law team with the arrival of Anouk Hofman and Steven Bastiaans

Anouk Hofman and Steven Bastiaans will join the Boels Zanders administrative law team on 1 December 2021 and 1 January 2022 respectively. This means that the intended expansion of the team has been achieved and the growth ambition of Boels Zanders in Limburg and south-east Brabant has been further strengthened.

Anouk Hofman

Anouk Hofman is a lawyer with extensive and specialist experience in administrative law. She is a thorough, practical, but above all connecting public-sector lawyer with a clear eye for the political and administrative relationships of her work. She is an expert in area development and cooperation between public authorities. She also publishes and lectures regularly on these topics. Anouk is also a deputy judge at the District Court of Limburg, administrative law division

Steven Bastiaans

Steven Bastiaans started as a lawyer at a law firm in Amsterdam. In addition to his interest in general administrative law, he specialises in the administrative law aspects of privacy law (GDPR) and environmental law. He completed the Grotius specialisation course in Privacy Law and publishes regularly on this subject. Steven took his first steps in the legal profession in 2016 as a student trainee at Boels Zanders.

“We are very pleased with the expansion and strengthening of our administrative law team. Anouk and Steven bring experience and therefore give an immediate extra quality boost to our team. We also believe that Anouk and Steven as individuals fit well within the open-minded Boels Zanders culture,” says Xander Wynands, administrative law team leader at Boels Zanders.

About Boels Zanders

 Boels Zanders is a full-service law firm in the south of the Netherlands, listed annually in the top 25 of the largest Dutch law firms. From our offices in Eindhoven, Maastricht and Venlo, our 70 lawyers and 50 support staff advance the legal interests each day of domestic and international businesses, executives, and their organisations in the SME and large enterprise sectors, and governmental/semi-governmental and non-profit organisations. More information:



December 2021