Laurence Vandeplas

Laurence Vandeplas

Laurence graduated in 2014 from the ‘Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve’ as a Master in Law (last semester at the ‘University of the Pacific’ - McGeorge School of Law - California).

She has been a member of the French Brussels Bar since January 2015.

She joined the Law Firm LHP in October 2017. Prior to that, she was an associate-lawyer at WTT Law Firm and Van Landuyt & Partners.

Laurence successfully accomplished her barinternship, during which she developed significant expertise in the area of Business Law (litigation and  advisory).


  • Master in Law (UCL);


  • French;
  • Dutch;
  • English.

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