Charlotte de Meeûs focuses on Belgian business law (with a special focus on public procurement law), as well as on all aspects of Belgian and EU competition law.

Prior to joining Van Bael & Bellis, Charlotte worked as a Bluebook trainee at the European Commission (DG COMP). She also gained experience working as a Competition Law summer associate in the Brussels offices of leading law firms.


French, English, Dutch, Spanish


  • King’s College London, LL.M. in Competition Law, with distinction, 2019
  • University of Buenos Aires, Master of Laws, Exchange programme, 2018
  • University of Louvain, Master of Laws in European Law, magna cum laude, 2018
  • University of Louvain, Bachelor of Laws, magna cum laude, 2016


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    • 14/08/2020
    • News

    Belgium - Ban on Abuse of Economic Dependency Enters into Force on 22 August 2020

    On 12 August 2020, the Belgian Official Journal (Belgisch Staatsblad / Moniteur belge) published a Royal Decree of 31 July 2020 which incorporates the ban on abuse of economic dependency in the Code of Economic Law (Wetboek van Economisch Recht / Code de droit économique – the CEL) and fixes the date of entry into force of the ban at 22 August 2020 (Koninklijk Besluit van 31 juli 2020 tot wijziging van de boeken I en IV van het Wetboek van economisch recht met betrekking tot misbruiken van economische afhankelijkheid / Arrêté royal du 31 juillet 2020 modifiant les livres Ier et IV du Code de droit économique en ce qui concerne les abus de dépendance économique – see, attachment).

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