Mr. Rodríguez González studied civil and business law at Leiden University. During his studies, he gained extensive experience at a nationally and internationally oriented law firm. After obtaining his master’s degree, he studied a postgraduate Master in Studies of the European Union at the Universidad de A Coruña (Spain) and worked in the business of a financial entity.
In 2005 he was sworn in as a lawyer at the Rotterdam District Court and until the end of 2017 he conducted his law practice at a Dutch and Spanish-speaking law firm in Rotterdam. During these many years he has enjoyed with great pleasure gained considerable experience in a wide variety of legal areas, both with a national (Dutch) and international character.
At the end of 2017, Mr. Rodríguez González decided to set up his own office, RG Advocatuur, where he has been practicing his law practice since January 1, 2018. In September 2020, RG Advocatuur was integrated into the JAW Advocaten team from which Mr. Rodríguez González has been practicing his practice ever since.
Your Spanish lawyer in Holland
Antonio Rodríguez González, was born in Rotterdam but is of Spanish origin. He lived, studied and worked both in the Netherlands and in Spain. Both languages, Dutch and Spanish, are considered as mother tongues. Throughout his professional career, Antonio Rodríguez González has assisted both Dutch and Spanish speaking individuals and companies.
Thus, in this office we can not only assist you with your questions and / or legal problems in the Dutch and English languages, but also in Spanish. If you are a Spanish speaker and wish to be assisted in your mother tongue, do not hesitate to contact Antonio Rodríguez González.
Areas of expertise
- University of Leiden
- University of La Coruña (Spanje)
Specialization Register of legal areas of the Bar Association
- General practice
“Mr. A. Rodríguez González has registered general practice as principal legal area in the register of legal areas of the Netherlands Bar Association. On the basis of this registration, he is obliged to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal area according to the standards of the Netherlands Bar Association.”