- Attorney at law
Christine is part of the Loyens & Loeff’s Energy & Utilities and Competition & Regulatory Teams in Belgium. She is also a member of the Corporate and M&A Practice Group, the Projects Team and the German Region Team.
Her practice focuses on the energy sector, including in particular renewable energy projects (onshore and offshore wind, biomass/biosteam), (corporate) PPAs, FIDIC, EPC and O&M contracts, underground and submarine cables and pipelines, district heating, subsidy mechanisms (such as green certificates and including and State aid issues), security of supply (in particular capacity mechanisms), domain concessions and licences, and judicial energy litigation (Council of State, Markets Courts, Brussels Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court).
In 2017 she did a secondment at Watson Farley & Williams LLP in Hamburg.
Christine is mentioned as “next generation lawyer” in The Legal 500 EMEA (2018 edition).
She joined Loyens & Loeff in 2012.
Christine has been a member of the Brussels Bar since 2012.
She obtained a Law degree from Universiteit Gent in 2011 and holds an LL.M. in Business Law from Vanderbilt University Law School (Nashville, Tennessee) in 2012.