Annalies Outhuijse is, as of October 2015, a PhD fellow at the Department of Administrative Law at the University of Groningen. Under the supervision of Prof Dr J.H. Jans and Prof Dr H.H.B. Vedder, her PhD research focuses on the functioning of dispute settlement procedures and the public enforcement of competition law in the Netherlands. Next to her undergraduate and LLM studies, she was a research and teaching assistant at the same department since April 2012. Both in collaboration with Prof Dr J.H. Jans and independently she has carried out multiple studies and published articles amongst others on the subject of Dutch competition law. The topics of her research included the relationship between the decisions taken by the Netherlands competition authority and the recommendations of its advisory committee, the appraisal of these decisions by the court of first instance and the differences between judgements of the administrative and civil courts in competition law cases. Ms Outhuijse taught tutorials in the second year LL.B course ‘Administrative law’. This course, for international students, discusses which effect European Union rules have on the administrative law systems of the EU Member States. In 2015 she completed her study years with an LL.M in Dutch Law specialisation Constitutional and Administrative law (summa cum laude) and the LL.M Research Master (cum laude).
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