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Hakim Boularbah receives the Lucien Campion prize

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Hakim Boularbah, a partner at Liedekerke specialised in litigation, has been awarded the Lucien Campion Prize 2009 for his book - Requête unilatérale et inversion du contentieux - the publication of which was recently announced on our site.

The Lucien Campion Fund jury rewards the best book on a legal topic written by a former student of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), who must be younger than 40 and a member of the Brussels Bar.

Commenting on the prize, Jacques Malherbe, partner at Liedekerke, said: “It’s quite an honour for Liedekerke to count two lawyers amongst its partners who have received this prestigious prize. Indeed, Valérie Simonart, was the recipient a few years ago and, before her, Roger Dalcq, Pierre Van Ommeslaghe and Ludo Cornélis, respectively, are past recipients and important business lawyers at the Brussels Bar.”

Lucien Campion was a brilliant lawyer, a lecturer at the ULB and the author of a book on the theory of the abuse of rights, published in 1925. He passed away in 1929 at the age of 31, and the Lucien Campion Fund was created in his memory.