L.G.A. Janssen is related to the Institute for Private Law since the 15th of October 2013 as a PhD candidate.
Lynette Janssen graduated from Leiden Law School in 2013. She graduated cum laude and holds a master degree (LLM) in financial law. In 2012 she studied a semester abroad at Boston University School of Law, Boston. Since 2012 she works as a PhD candidate and lecturer at Leiden Law School's Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law.
Her current research interests include bank insolvency law and bank supervisory law. Her PhD research focuses on the interaction between Dutch, German and English private law and the bank resolution rules established by the European Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive. In 2015 Lynette was a visiting researcher at Goethe University (Frankfurt) and trainee at the Supervisory Law Division of the European Central Bank's Directorate General Legal Services.
- Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid
- Instituut voor Privaatrecht
- Financieel Recht
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