Alette Jansen is lecturer in Company Law at the University of Leiden, Institute for Private Law, Company Law Department since 2020.
Alette Jansen graduated the University of Leiden in the Netherlands in 2019 and 2020, from which she obtained her double bachelor’s degrees in Law & Economics and Tax Law, her master’s degree in Company Law (cum laude) and is she in the final phase for the master’s degree in Tax Law. She wrote her master thesis for the master’s degree in Company Law on conflicts of interest of board members and supervisory members in a public offer situation and still writes her master thesis for the master’s degree in Tax Law about the British group relief rules as a possible alternative for the Dutch fiscal unity regime. In addition, she recently wrote an article for the Dutch legal journal Onderneming & Financiering entitled ‘related party transactions in the Dutch Civil Code, the conflict of interest rule in the Dutch Civil Code and the avoiding of conflicts of interest in the Dutch Corporate Governance Code: where do we stand now?’. During her studies, Alette followed several internships at Dutch and international law firms and worked at the Kinder- en Jongerenrechtswinkel and De Kleine Consultant in Leiden. Now she is a lecturer in Company Law at the University of Leiden and is involved in teaching the bachelor course on comparative corporate law for the bachelor’s degree in International Business Law, the master courses on transnational corporate law and privatissimum for the master’s degree in Company Law and the master course international corporate law for the master’s degree in International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced Programme).