Vincent Verbelen is part of the Real Estate and Regulatory Practice Group.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws (2017) and a Master of Laws (2019) from the University of Antwerp, both obtained with great distinction. During his time at the University of Antwerp, he participated in the Belgian Moot Court of Constitutional Law; his team was awarded the first prize. He was also a student-researcher for the Research Group Government and Law.
Vincent obtained an LL.M degree First Class from the University of Cambridge (2022). For his examination performance, he was awarded the Rapaport Prize in Law and the Honorary Title of Scholar of Christ’s College. He worked on a Cambridge Pro Bono Research Project for which he was granted a Cambridge Pro Bono Golden Award.
He worked for the University of Antwerp as research and teaching assistant (2019-2021). The students of the Bachelor of Laws presented him with “Het Gobelijntje” – the award for best assistant of the academic year 2021-2022.
Vincent has published articles on constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights law.
Vincent joined Liedekerke in 2022.
University of Cambridge (LL.M – First Class) 2022
University of Antwerp (Master of Laws – Magna cum laude) 2019
University of Antwerp (Bachelor of Laws – Magna cum laude) 2017
Honorary title “Scholar of Christ’s College” (University of Cambridge 2022)
Rapaport Prize in Law (University of Cambridge 2022)
Cambridge Pro Bono Golden Award (University of Cambridge 2022)
Gobelijntje (University of Antwerp 2021)
First prize Belgian Moot Court Constitutional Law (2019)
Memberships & Admissions
Member of the Brussels Bar
Member of the Jonge Advocaten Brussel (JAB)