Attorney at law

Anamika Wilbrink

Specialisation

Anamika works as a lawyer in the IP and IT section. There she mainly deals with procurement law and IT/privacy.

Background

Anamika (1993) graduated in 2017 from Leiden University with a Master’s degree in Dutch civil law. During her studies, she fulfilled several internships at law firms, including Ploum. Following this internship she has been working for Ploum as a student employee and later as a legal consultant in the IP & IT practice group. Since August 2018 she work as a attorney at law in this practice group. Within this practice group she is engaged in procurement law and IT & privacy.

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