In the interview series 'In the Spotlight', we place colleagues and alumni of Erasmus School of Law in the spotlight. They tell us more about their work, career steps and current focus. What are their biggest challenges at the moment? And where does their passion for law originate?
The lowest grades for my Bachelor’s degrees might be the ones I am the proudest of.
As far as I am concerned, education is the vehicle for social mobility.
I aim to be the bridge-builder for internationalisation within Erasmus School of Law.
If I put my mind to something, then nothing and no one will slow me down.
I enjoy doing research and teaching, so I see myself working in academia for a long time.
I highly recommend all PhD candidates to step out of their daily routine and solely focus on their writing
Contributing to new legislation, remains a highlight in my career.
Some things that are very logical and easy to me, are utterly incomprehensible to people who have more difficulty with the digital world.
I am a jack of all trades within the master of Financial Law.
It is not about getting the right answers, but about asking the right questions.
Studying is a top sport. I have studied a lot and completed many courses, always with great pleasure, but you must perform.