KCA Advocaten was founded by Jeroen van Kuijk and Shirin Cetinkaya-Ahmad in order to establish a firm in which their mutual personal vision on ‘how to practice Law’ is represented and realized: Transparent no-nonsense representation at competitive cost, a personal eye, attention and ‘of course’ heart for the case and client.
This means we always attempt to achieve the best and of course cheapest solution for our client. It is therefore possible, we might sometimes advise you not to start a judicial procedure, but to try and make an arrangement outside of Court. If this is not possible, however, and legal procedure is necessary, we will be there with you and go for the best obtainable results.
Jeroen van Kuijk
During his law studies, Jeroen worked for a government organization and a big law firm in Amsterdam. In 2011, he obtained his master degree in law. He specialized in company law.
After his studies, he started working with a medium sized law firm in the vicinity of Utrecht. There he became a professional lawyer and learned the trade.
In 2018, Jeroen fulfilled his lifetime dream, he started his own firm. In February 2019, Jeroen and Shirin started working together. Their office is situated on: Hoefkade 97, The Hague.
Jeroen’s focus of attention is on Civil law as well as administrative law.
Shirin Cetinkaya - Ahmad
Before starting her career as a lawyer, Shirin worked as an interpreter. Thus she came in touch with immigration law and developed the ambition to become a lawyer specialized in this jurisdiction. After finishing her master degree administrative law, she worked in a firm specialized in asylum and immigration law for several years.
Shirin is also specialized in matters of administrative law, such as objection- and appeal proceedings against the council, government or the UWV.
Legal area registry
In the legal area registry of the Netherlands Bar Jeroen is registered for the following legal area’s:
- Civil Law and Administrative Law
- Social Security Law
- Criminal Law
These registrations obliges Jeroen to obtain ten educational points every year for every registered legal area.
Legal area registry
In the legal area registry of the Netherlands Bar Shirin is registered for the following legal area’s:
- Immigrant Law
- Asylum Law
These registrations obliges Shirin to obtain ten educational points every year for every registered legal area.