Judith de Boer

Judith de Boer is senior associate at Hertoghs advocaten, a Dutch boutique law firm specialised in white collar crime cases, tax fraud cases and tax litigation.


Judith’s expertise focuses on white-collar crime cases. She has extensive experience in advising and defending national and international companies and high-net worth individuals facing financial and tax fraud investigations. She is also experienced in (connecting) tax litigation cases and has experience in Dutch Supreme Court proceedings.


Judith is known for her strategic and creative mind without losing sight of the details. Where there is a will, there is a way, seems to be her motto. Furthermore, she is down-to-earth, straightforward and she never gives up.


Prior to joining Hertoghs advocaten in 2011, Judith completed her Master’s in criminal law at the University of Amsterdam, specifically focusing on international criminal law. Her studies included an internship at the United Nations, where she worked for the Cambodian War Crimes Tribunal in Cambodia.


After she started as a lawyer at Hertoghs advocaten, Judith completed a specialisation program for tax lawyers. She also finished a specialisation program for criminal defense lawyers.


During her career as a lawyer, Judith has specialised in white collar crime cases, tax fraud as well as bankruptcy fraud, money laundering and violation of sanction law. She has also experience in proceeding before the Dutch Supreme Court.


Judith started her own website with her colleague Mariëlle Boezelman. On Vaklunch.nl they publish weekly articles on current criminal and criminal tax law cases and provide a platform for in-depth discussions. They also started an international version; lawlunch.com on which they publish an article every month.


Judith is a member of the Young Bar of the Netherlands (Amsterdam), the Netherlands Association for Criminal Law Attorneys (NVSA) and the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA).



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