Charlotte Dingemans (1966) studied Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam. She started her career as a lawyer at a large international law firm, initially focusing on a wide range of legal areas including general contract law, insolvency law, employment law, and insurance and transport law. After several years, she turned exclusively to employment law. Early in 2001, she and Olav van der Kind founded DingemansVanderKind.
Charlotte successfully completed the post-academic specialisation course in employment law at the Grotius Academy. She is chair of the Dutch Employment Lawyers Association (Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Nederland, VAAN) and committee member of the Amsterdam Employment Lawyers Association (Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Amsterdam e.o., VAAA). She is also member of the Dutch Employment Law Association (Vereniging voor Arbeidsrecht, VvA), of which she part of the employee participation work group. Further Charlotte is chair of the Rudolphi Productions association (an association which produces high-minded theatre productions). Charlotte frequently publishes articles on employment law issues.
Charlotte engages in all aspects of employment law, with an emphasis on employee participation, reorganisations and advising and litigating on behalf of both employers and employees in individual dismissal cases.