Attorney at law

Lars Boer

Specialisation

Lars works as a legal assistant at the IP/IT section, and is mainly occupied with commercial contracts and IT & Privacy questions.

Background

Lars has accomplished his LL.M in civil law at the Radboud University Nijmegen. During his studies he spend a semester at the Universitetet i Oslo, where he studied courses in the field of Privacy and IT-law. Also Lars has worked as a court-clerk for the court of Oost-Brabant, and Lars has interned at a publisher as well as at two law firms. Next to that he was chairman of a student association and has won a pleading contest.

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