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Jelle Nijland

J. Nijland, Assistant Professor at Institute for Private Law
Jelle Nijland

Jelle Nijland (1978) graduated from Leiden University in the fields of Civil Law and Civil Notary Law. After studying at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Paris), he became a PhD Candidate at the Institute for Private Law, Department of Civil Notary Law. In 2013 he defended his PhD thesis on the subject of  “The government undertaking. A study on the influence of government bodies in Dutch public limited companies”. This research concerns government influence in limited companies in order to safeguard the public interest. He teaches Civil Notarial Law, Corporate Law and International Business Law and has published among other things, in the field of Corporate Law.

Key publications

  • Governance of Government Undertakings in the Netherlands: Ensuring Public Interests (To be published) Nijland, J.
  • Ontbeert de personenvennootschap met rechtspersoonlijkheid een eigen persoonlijkheid? Too little, too late. (2011) Nijland, J.
  • De overheidsonderneming. Overheidsinvloed in kapitaalvennootschappen nader beschouwd (Government Undertaking. A study on the influence of government bodies in Dutch public limited companies) (2013) Nijland, J.

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