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Noah Knol

Noah Knol is a legal assistant at ENVIR Advocaten and a third-year bachelor student of law at Utrecht University. His longstanding interest in the relationship between citizens and government led him to choose to study administrative and constitutional law as part of his elective course. Next year he will start his master constitutional and administrative law. Noah is active as a volunteer and member of the litigation committee at Rechtswinkel Utrecht.

N. (Noah) Knol
paralegal@envir-advocaten.com
Twentepoort West 10 7609 RD Almelo

T +31 546 898 246

F +31 546 457 941

‘The team is very experienced, hands on and understands the business needs of the client and translate that into practical advice’.

Legal 500 – EMEA 2020

What the team is known for: Broad industry knowledge representing private sector clients from the energy field, as well as public sector clients such as municipalities and provinces. Noted for its extensive expertise of nature protection and conservation matters. Also represents clients in sensitive disputes concerning permits and developments. Has expanded the team with several new hires during 2019.

Chambers, 2020

‘Iris Kieft is very knowledgeable on sustainability; speaks the language of the client and understands the client’s business’.

Legal 500 – EMEA 2020

‘At ENVIR they combine the quality services of a top tier firm with the personal attention of the partners of a boutique firm’.

Legal 500 – EMEA 2020

One client appreciates the team’s ‘good tactical approach,’ further adding: ‘The lawyers were very pragmatic and helped us find solutions.’

Chambers, 2020

Fleur Onrust is skilled at handling administrative law issues and environmental matters. Additionally she represents clients in sensitive litigation and advises on nature conservation.

Chambers, 2020

Marieke Kaajan represents clients in compensation disputes arising from construction projects, and also advises on environmental and pollution matters. Interviewees also report: ‘She is very well respected when it comes to nature conservation law.’

Chambers, 2020