Nelleke Hoffs works in the Gaming Practice Group of Kalff Katz & Franssen, advising on (social) gaming and related sectors and their compliance with Dutch and European laws. Furthermore, she assists the team with civil and administrative litigation.
Nelleke received an LLM in International Law from the University of Edinburgh, an LLB in European Law from Maastricht University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Art crimes and Antiquities Trafficking from the University of Glasgow. She started her legal career in international criminal law, working for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Special Tribunal for Lebanon and consultancy firm Global Rights Compliance. Projects she worked on include implementation of international labour standards in the Bangladesh Garment Trade, the reform of the Vietnamese criminal justice system and advising various governments on operationalizing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs).
She switched to Dutch law in 2015 and obtained admission (civiel effect) to the Dutch Bar at the VU University in Amsterdam whilst gaining practical experience at a big commercial law firm. Nelleke is editor at Amsterdam Law Forum, a member of the VKCR (Association for Art, Culture and Law) and visiting scholar at the Australian Human Rights Centre.