Annemarie Drahmann is associate professor in the constitutional and administrative law department of the Faculty of Law at Leiden University. She specialises in general administrative law. Annemarie's dissertation deals with the transparent and fair allocation of scarce permits and subsidies. Her expertise in both research and education lies in European and Dutch administrative (procedural) law, with a special interest in the allocation of limited public rights.
Annemarie Drahmann studied law at the VU University Amsterdam, where she obtained her master's degree in constitutional and administrative law and criminology cum laude in 2004.
From 2004 to 2009 Annemarie worked as a lawyer at Stibbe in the Administrative Law practice group. After a one-year period, during which she worked as a senior legal advisor at the province of North Holland, Annemarie started her PhD research in 2010. She combined this with a position as senior professional support lawyer (PSL) at Stibbe.
Annemarie obtained her PhD in February 2015. Her dissertation is entitled 'Transparent and fair allocation of scarce decisions; a research into the added value of a transparency obligation in the allocation of limited public rights in Dutch administrative law'.
After completing her dissertation, Annemarie resumed her practice as an administrative law lawyer at Stibbe. She was also a lecturer in the course of Administrative Procedural Law (BA3).
On 1 September 2018, she resigned as a lawyer and started as a senior lecturer in the department of Constitutional and Administrative Law. In this position, Annemarie wants to do follow-up research into the allocation of limited public rights, among other things. She also gives lectures in the course Introduction to Administrative Law (BA1).
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