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Legaltree Co-Founder Ard van der Steur Appointed Minister of Security and Justice

Leiden, The Netherlands (ots/PRNewswire) - Ard van der Steur, co-founder of Dutch law firm Legaltree, has been appointed Minister of Security and Justice in the Netherlands. Established in 2008, Legaltree is the first law firm in the Netherlands to fully integrate new workplace strategies into its organisational model. Combined with a strong emphasis on personal contact with the client, Legaltree's unique structure allows lawyers the freedom to excel. The company motto is Quality is Personal.

Co-founder Sander Oorthuys: "Ard has played a significant role in the formation of this innovative company. We are proud that he has been entrusted with the post of Minister of Security and Justice. He's an excellent lawyer, hard-working, a fine colleague with a warm personality who, with his insight, has not only helped many clients and innovated modern law office methods, but also during his term in Parliament, has challenged the legal profession to improve quality standards. We wish him every success in his new role."

About Legaltree

Founded in 2008, Legaltree is the first law firm in the Netherlands to fully integrate new workplace strategies into its organisational model. Combined with a strong emphasis on personal contact with the client, Legaltree's unique structure allows lawyers the freedom to excel. The company motto is Quality is Personal.

Legaltree only works with senior lawyers with a minimum of ten years' experience. Legaltree guarantees their clients exclusive attention at senior level and aims to deliver highest satisfaction rates within the legal profession. With more than 20 lawyers working both individually and as a team they provide tailor-made solutions for national and international clients.

Website: http://www.legaltree.nl

Contact:

For more information please contact Sander Oorthuys at Legaltree:
Email: sander.oorthuys@legaltree.nl, Tel.: +31(0)88-040-21-02,
Mobile:
+31(0)615449972



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