Organisateurs

La NVER préside la FIDE pour la période 2018-2020 et, en cette qualité, a la responsabilité d’organiser le vingt-neuvième Congrès de la FIDE qui aura lieu aux Pays-Bas en 2020.

La NVER a fondé la Stichting FIDE 2020 pour l’organisation du vingt-neuvième congrès de la FIDE et les membres du comité directeur (le « comité directeur du congrès FIDE 2020 ») sont les suivants :

  • Corinna Wissels (Présidente), membre de la section du contentieux administratif du Conseil d’État néerlandais
  • Herman van Harten (Secrétaire Général), juge au tribunal de première instance de La Haye
  • Marlies Noort (Trésorière), agent du ministère néerlandais des affaires étrangères devant la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne
  • Marleen Botman (Chargée du programme social), avocate au cabinet Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn
  • Jorrit Rijpma (Chargé du programme scientifique), professeur Jean Monnet, faculté de droit de l’université de Leyde

 

Corinna Wissels

President


Corinna Wissels is a member of the Administrative Jurisdiction Division of the Council of State of the Netherlands. Before joining the Council of State in 2013, she was head of the EU law department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and agent representing the Netherlands at the Court of Justice. From 1993 to 1997 she worked in Moscow, amongst others as director of the IRIS Russia Commercial law Project, advising the Russian Government on the drafting of the new Russian Civil Code. She started her career as a lawyer in Rotterdam, Brussels and Amsterdam, specialising in European law (1987 – 1993).
« Ce qui est important, ce n’est, ni d’être optimiste, ni pessimiste, mais d’être déterminé » - Jean Monnet. It is my firm believe that the EU should remain a beacon of fundamental rights, democracy and the rule of law, core values upon which it is constructed. A clear view on current and future developments, an open debate and a lot of determination may help the EU to overcome the huge and imminent challenges it faces. As EU lawyers, we can make a valuable contribution. European law is made by Europeans, lived by Europeans and of course discussed by Europeans.

Herman van Harten

Secrétaire Général


Herman van Harten is a Judge and European law coordinator at the District Court of The Hague.

Currently he is predominantly involved in various civil law cases. Before he became a judge he taught and researched EU law at several universities. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam on the Autonomy of national courts in European law (2011). He has published widely on issues concerning the law of the internal market, judicial protection in the European legal order, and the effects of EU law before domestic courts.

The development of EU law is truly one of my legal fascinations. Whenever European law comes up in a national law context, the issues that arise are definitively intriguing and sometimes surprising. Solving conflicts, disputes and contributing to the realisation of judicial protection in the shared European legal order is my “raison d'être” as a judge. Promoting the meeting of minds on European law by organising the FIDE 2020 Congress in the Hague is most rewarding.

Marlies Noort

Trésorière


Marlies Noort is a senior legal officer EU law at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She represents the Dutch government in cases before the EU Court of Justice, the General Court of the EU and the EFTA Court. Before working at the Dutch Ministry, she worked at the EU Court of Justice in Luxemburg, in the cabinet of Advocate General Geelhoed.
The importance of Europe and European law cannot be underestimated. Not 60 years ago, and not today. Especially if you look at all the challenges Europe and the world faces, like climate change and digital revolution. There is a continuing need for Europe to lead in these areas. It’s my believe that a strong Europe that works in community, connection, cooperation and creativity is the best available option to face these challenges.

Marleen Botman

Chargé du programme scientifique


Marleen Botman is attorney-at-law at Pels Rijcken in The Hague.

In her practice she advises and litigates for public authorities in the area of both European law and administrative law. Before joining Pels Rijcken in 2018, she worked in the legal profession, the judiciary and sciences. She earned her doctorate in the implementation of the European Services Directive 2006/123/EG in the Netherlands at the VU University Amsterdam in 2015. She is still affiliated with the university as a researcher at the Centre for Public Contract Law & Governance. She is a regular contributor to professional journals and serves as a guest lecturer.

Deciphering the effect of EU law in the national context is what fascinates me, as well as the interaction between the legal systems of the EU Member States. It is a great honour to be contributing to FIDE 2020 as a member of the board and to offer a platform for inspiring debates on the development of EU law.

Jorrit Rijpma

Scientific Programme Officer & Editor topic 2


Jorrit Rijpma is Associate Professor of European Law at the Europa Institute of Leiden Law School and Jean Monnet Professor.

His research focusses on cooperation in Justice and Home Affairs in Europe. He looks in particular at the link between security and mobility and the institutional and technological developments in this field.

European law never ceases to surprise, fascinate or intrigue. It is embodies not only our much valued diversity, but also embodies our shared past and common future.FIDE brings together colleagues and friends from across the Member States to contribute to further understanding and success. It is a great honour to be contributing to FIDE 2020 in The Hague.

Le comité directeur de la FIDE 2020 a confié divers éléments de l’organisation à plusieurs comités, notamment le comité du programme scientifique, le comité des sponsors, le comité des communications.

Communications Committee

Thomas Weber

Webmaster


Thomas Weber is a lawyer (jurist) at the Council of State where he works on appeal cases in the field of migration and asylum law. He graduated with a LLM degree in EU law from Leiden Law School where he has also taught several courses and conducted research in the field of EU institutional and EMU law.

Malu Beijer


Malu Beijer works as legislative advisor on EU law at the Advisory Division of the Council of State. She is also affiliated to the Radboud University as a a Research fellow. She mainly specialises in the social aspects of internal market law, fundamental rights, and the interaction of EU law with the ECHR and with national law.

Joost Hoogveld


Joost Hoogveld is a senior legal officer EU law at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He currently represents the Dutch government in cases before the EU Court of Justice, the General Court of the EU and the EFTA Court. He also acts as a deputy judge (rechter-plaatsvervanger) in the criminal law section of the Amsterdam district court.

Sebastiaan Cnossen


Sebastiaan Cnossen works as a lawyer for law firm Pels Rijcken, where he deals with the wide range of aspects related to European law, particularly state aid and competition law as well as various (sector-specific) regulatory issues. His clients include the government and regulatory authorities.

Young FIDE Seminar Committee

Pauline Huurnink


As a legal officer EU law at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs I represent the Dutch government in cases before the EU Court of Justice, the General Court of the EU and the EFTA Court. Also, I am a board member of the Dutch association for EU law, which promotes interests in and knowledge of this field of law and is a network for EU law practitioners.

Maarten Schippers


Maarten Schippers is a lawyer (jurist) at the Council of State where he works on appeal cases in the field of migration and asylum law. He graduated with a LLM degree in EU law from Leiden Law School and has previously worked as a paralegal for a law firm specialised in migration law.

Clara van Dam


Frederik Behre


Marijn van der Sluis