“The legal profession has appealed to me ever since I was a child. I remember being eight years old and calling out with conviction that I wanted to become a lawyer. Even at a young age I was intent on resolving as well as preventing disputes. I also find the legal profession interesting because I have always enjoyed coming into contact with new people and/or companies.”
Within Law&Pepper Advocaten, Philippe Jansen focuses on Financial law & Insolvency law and Business law & Company law.
Philippe started studying at Maastricht University. This is where Philippe followed the European Law School Bachelor’s degree programme, which focused on both European law and Dutch law. After that, Philippe completed his Master’s degree programme in Dutch law, with business law as his specialist area, at Radboud University Nijmegen. During his Master’s degree programme, Philippe did a traineeship with firms such as Boels Zanders Advocaten and VDB Advocaten Notarissen. Before Philippe started working as a lawyer at Law&Pepper Advocaten, he worked as a legal assistant at a small-scale law firm for eighteen months.
At Law&Pepper Advocaten, Philippe Jansen deals with all practice areas.
Getting started at Law&Pepper
After his graduation (2020), Philippe started out as a legal assistant at Law&Pepper Advocaten. Philippe is following a professional training for lawyers, which is a mandatory course for lawyers.