Roel Metsemakers is specialised in administrative law and experienced in advising and litigating in that field. Roel is also part of Boels Zanders’ team Care and Housing associations.
Roel advises governments, companies, and private individuals on issues concerning general administrative law, public order and safety, environmental law, spatial planning, subsides, law enforcement, as well as lawful and unlawful government acts (including planning damages and loss compensation).
Roel regularly counsels and litigates in matters regarding permits and area development in a broader context. With regards to privacy, Roel counsels and litigates for governments and companies on issues concerning the Open Government Act (Wob) and the Data Protection Act.
Roel joined Boels Zanders in 2009. Before that, he studied at Maastricht University and Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto, Canada). Roel graduated from Public Construction Law in 2013 and completed the Grotius General Administrative Law specialist course with honours in 2015.