MVVP2-198

Emilie Deturck

Associate

Practice Areas

Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Media, Commercial Law

Languages

Dutch, French, English

Contact

emilie.deturck@mvvp.be

+ 32 (0)2 285 01 00

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MVVP-177Philippe Laurent
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Since joining the Brussels bar in 2016, Emilie’s work focuses on intellectual property rights law and commercial law.

She obtained her law degree at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2015 (cum laude), which included a year of study at Queen Mary, University of London. In addition, she earned an LLM degree in Entertainment Law at the University of Westminster, London.