Éléonore de Duve
Eleonore de Duve mainly practises Supreme Court litigation, especially in civil and commercial matters. She has also gained substantive experience in judicial proceedings on the merits and enjoys expertise in arbitration. She has also participated in proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Before becoming a lawyer, Eléonore performed a 6-month internship at the European Commission’s DG Justice.
She has held various positions as a researcher and an assistant lecturer. She spent six months as a researcher at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg, where she studied procedural law. She has also been an assistant lecturer in economic law at UNamur and in private international law at ULB. She is currently an assistant lecturer in economic law, EU law and law of obligations at ULB. In this context, she conducts research on sanctions in consumer law, ranging from its individual or collective implementation before the courts to its practical effects.
Eléonore de Duve is a recipient of the David Edward Prize which awards the best thesis of the LL.M. in European law at the University of Edinburgh (2013).
Master of Law (UCLouvain, 2012)
LL.M. European law (University of Edinburgh, 2013)
Member of the Brussels Bar since 2014