‘I am passionate and practical. The human-interest and social aspects of this area of law appeal to me. But I also like the content-specific details. Digging, analysing and creative thinking, pushing the limits of the law: I have found this fascinating for over 25 years and I still enjoy it.’
CV Mirella Hartman
graduated in 1989
Admitted to the bar
Personal Injury post-graduate programme at Grotius
Professional and association memberships
Other professional activities
Member of the Audit Committee of the Amsterdam Bar Association (since 2018)
Member of the board of the Pan-European Organization of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL) since 2014
Editor Handboek Personenschade, part of Medische aansprakelijkheid from 2005 - 2014
Teacher on Medical Liability 2006 and 2012, in-house education SRK
Member of editorial advisory board of Nieuwsbrief Personenschade from 2005 - 2012
Final editor Nieuwsbrief Personenschade, a monthly newsletter published by Kluwer: 1997 - 2004
Lecture on medical disciplinary law held on 17 December 2003 for social insurance lawyers organized by the OSR institute for legal training
Teacher course on the basics of personal injury as part of the Medical Liability programme of OSR in Utrecht, from 1999 - 2002
Teacher course on the basics of personal injury, ‘Practical Introduction into Road Traffic Liability’ of OSR in Utrecht from 1995 – 1998.
Participant in focus group meeting in March 2006 as part of the so-called WODC study (Scientific Research and Documentation Centre of the Ministry of Safety and Justice) led by Prof A.J. Akkermans of VU University. The group had to provide an overview of the expectations of victims and their families of liability law and the basis for those expectations. The objective of participation was to gather input from the practice as part of the legislative proposal on Hedonic Damages.
Participant in IWMD-meetings (Interdisciplinaire Werkgroep Medische Deskundigen) providing practice-based input on controversial subjects
* 2007 on the patient health record card
* 2008 about the ‘problem definition in medical errors’
Advisor project group GOMA 2009/2010: editor draft Code of Conduct disclosure of medical errors, which took effect mid-2010.
M.F. Hartman, Medische aansprakelijkheid, Handboek Personenschade, 2005;