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Lynette Janssen

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Leiden University

The Netherlands,



Lynette Janssen is a Ph.D. candidate at Leiden University’s Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law (the Netherlands). Her research focuses on bank resolution and insolvency law. She lectures and regularly publishes in the field of financial law. Lynette studied law at Leiden University and Boston University and received her master’s degree in financial law from Leiden University (2013, cum laude). She fulfilled various traineeships, including at the Supervisory Law Division of the European Central Bank's Directorate General Legal Services. Lynette was a visiting scholar at Goethe University Frankfurt and the London School of Economics and Political Science. She was one of the winners of the International Insolvency Institute’s 2017 Prize in International Insolvency Studies, and she was the co-chair of the European Banking Institute’s Young Researchers Group in 2018. In the academic year 2018-2019, Lynette pursues an LL.M. degree at Harvard Law School as a Harvard Boas Scholar and Fulbright Grantee and she is the President of the Harvard European Law Association.

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