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Ruben Dewulf is part of the Regulatory Practice Group.

He advises contracting authorities and companies in the context of the realisation of their projects in the public sector. Specifically this concerns the legal aspects of public procurement, alternative partnerships between private company and government, law on openness government, state aid law, civil servant law, … In addition he represents contracting authorities and companies facing legal challenges in these matters in the civil courts or the Council of State. Ruben gained practical expertise during secondments at companies active in the energy- and water sector, as well as internships at the Council of State and the Council for Alien Law Litigation. Lastly, Ruben gained experience in the field of legislation in order to achieve policy objectives.

He obtained a Master Degree in Law (Public Law) from the University of Leuven and an Advanced Master in Environmental Law and Public Real Estate Law at the University of Saint-Louis (U.C.L).

Ruben worked between 2015 and 2020 at two leading Belgian law firms at the Brussels bar where he assisted clients with their legal challenges in public and administrative law, focusing on legislation regarding public procurement, public domain and local authorities.

Ruben joined Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick in 2020.


  • Advice to local authorities on the development of partnerships with legal personality;
  • Advice to a non-profit organisation on the application of public procurement rules in the construction of schools;
  • Advice to actors in the water sector on drinking water distribution;
  • Advice to contractors on the realisation of infrastructure projects in the water sector;
  • Assistance to a transport company before the Council of State on litigations concerning public procurement;
  • Assisting various contracting authorities in the classic and utilities sectors before civil courts in disputes concerning the execution of a public works contract.


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