Lawyers

Tim Vis

Tim Vis practices criminal defense law since 2011. He represents adults and minors, as well as companies, organisations and other legal persons. He is known for his expertise, tenacity and creativity in his legal work.

Tim has specialized in the law regarding euthanasia and assisted suicide, as well as legal assistance to juvenile and adolescent suspects and has many experience in cases regarding cannabis and the Dutch tolerance policy. Furthermore, his expertise covers legal assistance in cases regarding organized crime, fraud and money laundering. Tim also represents clients in disciplinary proceedings, as well as administrative enforcement.

Tim graduated law school in an honours-programme, and holds degrees in both Dutch criminal law (LL.M cum laude) and International Criminal Law, having graduated at the Amsterdam Law School (UvA ALS) as well as Columbia University (New York, USA). In 2017 he obtained his post-degree specialism in criminal law at the University of Utrecht.

Next to his practice, Tim gives guest lectures, coaches in law trial competitions and has experience in public speaking at and moderating for events, for universities, companies and (semi-)public organizations. Please contact him for more information.

J.T.E. Vis
LL.M (Hons) LL.B (Hons) / post-degree specialist in criminal law

Emile van Reydt

Emile van Reydt practices criminal defense law since 2011. He represents natural persons as well as companies and their administrators. He adheres to the principles of expertise, thoroughness and he is result oriented.

Emile focuses on providing legal assistance in complicated (international) cases involving fraud, money laundering and procedures regarding confiscation of criminally obtained assets. He furthermore has extensive experience in cases pertaining to trafficking, importing and exporting as well as trade of narcotics. Emile also offers legal assistance to victims and aggrieved parties in cases where the Public Prosecution Service declines prosecution, in order to challenge that decision in court (so-called “Article 12 Sv-procedures”).

Emile graduated law school cum laude at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and obtained his post-degree specialism in criminal law at the University of Utrecht in 2017.

E. van Reydt
LL.M LL.B / post-degree specialist in criminal law