Kiki advises national and international companies and litigates on Dutch employment and labour law issues, in particular
- employment agreements
- employment manuals
- (collective) termination(s) of employment
- (statutory) directors
- (international) postings (immigration law)
- employee consultation procedures
- (collective bargaining) agreements
- transfer of undertaking (TUPE)
- incapacity for work
- equal treatment, etc.
Kiki Manse is associate at Doorn en Keizer. She studied psychology and law at the University of Leiden. In 2012, she completed her master degree in neuro-psychology and in 2013, she obtained her master degree in law, with a special focus on employment law. During her studies, Kiki worked as an intern at, amongst others, Nauta Dutilh and the Appeal Court Public Prosecution office at The Hague. During her master phase, she also did a research internship at Heerema Marine Contractors in Leiden.
After graduating, she started to work as an attorney at a niche law firm specialized in employment law. She joined Doorn en Keizer as of the first of September 2017. In 2020, Kiki completed the employment law program at the post graduate Grotius Academy.
Apart from her studies Kiki has been an active member of the board of the society for Masters in Civil Law ‘Suum Cuique’ students. She is also member of the Dutch Young Bar Association Amsterdam, and the Young Employment Law Lawyers Association (VJAA – Vereniging voor Jonge Arbeidsrecht Advocaten) and AIJA (Association International des Jeunes Avocats). Since February 2019, Kiki is secretary of the board of the Young Bar Association of the Netherlands (“SJBN”), a foundation that represents the interests of young lawyers in the Netherlands.
Other activities and Publications
Kiki’s past publications include an annual contribution on Dutch labour law to “The Ius Laboris Immigration guide” and an annual contribution on Dutch labour law to “International Labor & Employment Laws”, an American Bar Association edition.
Kiki has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister): employment law.
Based on this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.