Sebastiaan Levelt started his career in 1990 as an administrative law attorney at a large legal firm in Amsterdam. He represents governmental authorities, corporations and individuals (owners’ associations) in administrative and civil law cases. His practice encompasses Environmental Law (including cases pertaining to cultural heritage, listed buildings and the Amsterdam waterways infrastructure), monitoring and enforcement, government liability, government contracts, condominium ownership rights and property law (including statutory property rights between adjoining properties), architectural law and government employment.
Education: University of Utrecht (concurrently, Master of Italian Linguistics and Literature); post-graduate study in International Natural Environmental Law (University of Utrecht); Grotius Academy, Natural Environmental Law.
Other Professional Activities: Member of the Environmental Lawyers Association (VMA); former member of the Supervisory Council of the Bar Association in the District of Amsterdam and chair of the Committee for objection notices for the Amsterdam South City District.