Dutch civil appellate procedure can become more efficient - from within and in small steps

Dutch procedural law in civil appellate cases has for many years been considered costly, slow, and complicated. And consensus on how things ought to be done differently remains elusive. Endowed Professor Nadine Groeneveld-Tijssens believes slight changes from within are the best way forward to resolve the issues. Like in ecosystems, procedural law appears to move toward a natural balance.