Percylia Tweeboom (Curacao, 1987) is an associate lawyer.
She has been a part of our Curacao office since 2014. She has worked as an executive assistant at the Municipality of Haarlem in the Netherlands and as an assistant policy advisor for the Directorate of Foreign Relations in Curacao, among others. She was a member of the “Tienda di Lei” at the University of Curacao. She litigates and advises in the areas of liability, corporate law, family law, labor law, contract law and administrative law, among others.
“I consider the legal profession to be very dynamic. It appeals to me whenever I’m able to work on legal challenges that arise for a client. Accuracy is therefore essential. As someone who’s eager to learn, it’s beneficial to stay up-to-date on legal as well as general developments. This will ultimately also benefit me as a professional, as well as my client. We’re supposed to keep up with the news and act upon what is relevant to our clients. Soliana Bonapart and Aardenburg is not an organization focused on hierarchy, yet it’s performance driven. This makes working here both pleasant and challenging.”
Percylia studied Netherlands Antillean / Curacao law at the University of Curacao. In addition, she has a Master Degree in Public Administration with a specialization in International Developments from Leiden University in the Netherlands and she has a Bachelor’s degree in Management, Economics and Business Law from the Inholland University of Applied Science in Haarlem, in the Netherlands. She speaks Dutch, English, Papiamento and Spanish.
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