Juliette Detrixhe is part of the Belgian commercial team. 

She provides comprehensive guidance to a diverse range of clients. She focuses on all aspects of Belgian business law with an emphasis on corporate and commercial dispute resolution (litigation and arbitration), pharmaceutical and healthcare law as well as Belgian and EU contract law. 

Prior to joining Van Bael & Bellis, Juliette gained experience during internships in the Brussels and Paris offices of two leading international law firms and as a trainee at the European Parliament.


French, English, Dutch


  • University of Antwerp, LL.M. in European and International Law, magna cum laude, 2020
  • University of Padua, Exchange Programme, 2019
  • Saint-Louis University (USL), Brussels, Bachelor of Law, cum laude, 2018

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    • 26/10/2022
    • News

    New Cooperation Agreement Among Benelux Arbitration Institutions for Promotion of Arbitration and ADR

    New Cooperation Agreement Among Benelux Arbitration Institutions for Promotion of Arbitration and ADR

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    • 08/03/2022
    • News

    Price Revision for Supply Agreements

    Contract Price Revisions Against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and now the Russian invasion of Ukraine, unprecedented global demand for raw materials and skyrocketing energy and transport prices are having a considerable impact on supply contracts and the prices agreed therein, putting suppliers under intense cost pressure. Suppliers are also increasingly facing demands for price increases from their own subsuppliers. As a consequence, many suppliers are seeking to renegotiate their supply contracts with their customers in order to avoid heavily reduced profit margins or even losses. The present info flash lists some points of attention for suppliers bound by supply contracts governed by Belgian law who are considering to seek a price revision.

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    • 22/02/2022
    • Articles

    Belgian Labour Deal | An Overview of the Essential Characteristics

    On 15 February 2022, the Federal Government reached an agreement on Belgium’s so-called “labour deal” (the Labour Deal) on a series of labour market reforms which are aimed at reaching an employment rate of 80% by 2030. At this stage, only a political agreement has been reached. This agreement must now be discussed with the social partners and thereafter converted into legislative texts. The Labour Deal consists of four pillars: Improved work-life balance; Individual training; Better protection for platform workers; and Other measures to increase the employment rate. The following news alert lists the most important consequences of the new measures for Belgian employers.

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