Asjes, Steward and Ten Veen Top Legal Individuals Labor Law Curaçao

WILLEMSTAD - Lisanne Asjes (Asjes | Carrega), Molly Steward (VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne) and William ten Veen (BBV Legal) have been chosen by their peers, as previously announced, as Top Legal Individuals Labor Law for Curaçao.
In the category Rising Stars for young talent Karina Keizer of VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne got the most nominations.
Next to these winners the other lawyers that have been nominated by their collegues as labor law experts are Sandra Thomson, Michael Bonapart, Mirto Murray, Roque Koeijers, Annemarijke Bach Kolling, Kimberley De L’Isle and Darlene Piar.
The publication of this first edition of Top Legal Individuals is the first in a series of quality rankings of Dutch Caribbean Legal Portal.
Later this year a ranking will be published of the areas of law Criminal Law and Litigation Law (including Procedural Law).
After that other areas of law, like Family Law and Corporate Law will be published.
The annual rankings of law firms by number of lawyers in the Dutch Caribbean and Suriname, the DCLP Top 25 Law Firms, will continue to be published next to this new ranking.
On the photos, from left to right: nominated lawyers Lisanne Asjes (Asjes | Carrega Advocaten), Molly Steward (VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne) and William ten Veen (BBV Legal).

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