Suhendra Leon joins BZSE Sint Maarten

PHILIPSBURG - On September 1st 2019 attorney at law Suhendra Leon joined BZSE law at their office in Sint Maarten.
 
Suhendra grew up in Curaçao and studied law at the University of Amsterdam. After finishing her studies in 2012 she returned to Curaçao to work at a reputable law firm, specializing in general civil law. After five years working as an attorney at law, she worked as a corporate legal counsel for an international shipping company. Since she missed the work as an attorney, she decided to return to the law practice.
 
Suhendra about BZSE: “As BZSE is known for a straightforward approach, independence, integrity, quality, loyalty and team spirit, I’m happy with the choice I made. I am confident that my experience will be valuable for my new colleagues at BZSE and the clients of the firm”.
 
Managing partner Camiel Koster says about Suhendra: “We are delighted to have Suhendra join our team. The first experiences with Suhendra’s work have been outstanding, and we look forward to have her on board for the long run”.
 
BZSE remains the largest law firm on Sint Maarten with 10 lawyers, and an office on Curacao with an additional two resident partners.

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