Anna van Duin is Assistant Professor of Private Law at the University of Amsterdam, specialising in Civil Procedure and Liability - with a focus on access to justice, effective remedies and collective redress in the context of EU (consumer) law, online dispute resolution mechanisms and digital transformation of the civil justice system.
After graduating from Leiden University (LL.M in Civil Law, Cum Laude) and the University of Oxford (Magister Juris), Anna has worked for more than 6 years as an attorney-at-law at Pels Rijcken. In October 2020 she defended her PhD thesis (Cum Laude) on effective judicial protection under Article 47 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in unfair terms cases before the CJEU, Spanish and Dutch civil courts. Since then, she has published e.g. on the role of courts in debt collection and access to justice for victims of harmful content on online platforms.
Anna is programme director of the UvA's Dutch Private Law master. She is also a member of the editorial board of Tijdschrift voor Civiele Rechtspleging (TCR), a front-rank Dutch legal journal on civil litigation. She coordinates the Master course 'Practicum privaatrechtelijke rechtspraktijk' as part of Amsterdam Law Practice, a programme for experiential learning.