Shanne represents companies and individuals that are faced with economic offences such as fraud, bribery, money laundering and violations of (international) sanctions and export controls. She has extensive experience in both criminal and administrative enforcement proceedings. Shanne is very dedicated to assist her clients in these proceedings in the best possible way, if necessary in court. She also closely follows the developments in the field of Business & Human Rights, to ensure that she can be of value to her clients on this topic as well.
Before Shanne joined BenninkAmar, she was a lawyer at Stibbe for more than three years. She also acquired knowledge in the field of criminal law through several years of work as a legal associate at the criminal court. In this capacity, she also provided training on the topic of digitalisation within the Dutch courts.
Shanne obtained her Master of Law (Criminal law and criminal procedural law) and her Master of Science (Security policy and law enforcement) at the University of Leiden. She studied international criminal law and human rights at the Monash University of Melbourne.
Shanne likes to publish on the topics in her field of work and she is a member of the Dutch Association of Young Criminal Defence Lawyers.
Shanne joined BenninkAmar in April 2021.