Quentin Declève focuses on international litigation and arbitration, as well as on EU and national competition law and international trade law. He also represents clients before European Union courts and before Belgian civil and commercial courts.
From 2013 to 2015, Quentin worked part-time as a teaching assistant in EU Law for Professors François Van der Mensbrugghe and Nicolas de Sadeleer at Université Saint-Louis in Brussels.
French, English, Dutch
- Columbia Law School, LL.M., 2016
- Brussels School of Competition, LL.M., 2014
- University of Ghent, Exchange programme, 2011
- University of Louvain, Master of Laws, 2011
- Saint-Louis University (USL), Brussels, Bachelor of Law, 2009
Quentin is the author and editor of the International Litigation Blog (www.international-litigation-blog.com) which offers posts and discussions on developments and hot topics in the field of international litigation and arbitration.
“Fortis’s Settlement: A Comparative Case Study of Securities Class Action Mechanisms in Europe and the United States” (Business Law International, 2017).
“Achmea: Consequences on Applicable Law and ISDS Clauses in Extra-EU BITs and Future EU Trade and Investment Agreements” (European Papers, Vol. 4, 2019, No. 1).
Advising and representing the Republic of Benin during the UNCITRAL's discussions on the reform of investor-State dispute settlement
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