Charlotte Van Themsche's practice focuses on domestic and cross-border litigation. Her experience includes resolution of private and commercial disputes before Belgian courts and arbitral tribunals and assisting clients in actions for collective redress (class actions) brought before Belgian courts.
Charlotte has acted as counsel in arbitration-related proceedings before domestic courts in cases involving issues of sovereign immunities, recognition, enforcement, and challenges of arbitral awards. She also acts as secretary to the tribunal in international arbitrations, primarily in the areas of corporate disputes, construction, and distribution.
Charlotte also has experience handling matters before the Belgian Supreme Court (Cour de cassation).
Charlotte has been a teaching assistant in public international law at Free University of Brussels since 2016.
Charlotte is coauthor of articles on consumer disputes, cease and desist actions, and actions for collective redress/Belgian class actions.
- Leiden University (LL.M. in Public International Law 2014); Free University of Brussels (LL.M. 2013; LL.B. 2011); Lund University (Sweden) (Erasmus Exchange Program, 2012)
- Brussels Bar
- French, English, and Dutch