Meet Lauranne Truyens

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Lauranne specialises in domestic and international dispute resolution. She focuses on civil and criminal legal proceedings, advising on litigation strategies and legal issues in the field of criminal law, civil law, private international law, and commercial law. She has extensive experience with arbitral proceedings.

Lauranne is also certified to defend clients in criminal matters before the Court of Cassation.

During the early days at ALTIUS, Lauranne first gained experience in our commercial and data protection department. She advised on privacy questions, ICT, and commercial law (particularly, packaging and labelling, the distance selling of goods, and, more generally, compliance with the Belgian Code of Economic Law).

During her studies, she became a board member, and later the vice-president of ELSA (the European Law Student Association).

During her LL.M at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Lauranne was elected to represent the LSE at the Arbitrators Mediation Competition.

  • Master in Law (University of Antwerp)
  • Erasmus programme (University of Uppsala)
  • LL.M. in Information, Technology, Media and Communications law (London School of Economics and Political Science)
  • Lauranne is fluent in Dutch, French, English
Selection of publications
  • “National Data Retention Regime ‘Null and Void’”, Cri, 5/2015, p. 149. (with G.Vandendriessche)
  • “CJEU sheds light on the ‘country of origin’ concept”, ALTIUS blog Life & Health Angle (with P. de Jong)