Before starting to work for EY Law in the non-profit field, Léa acquired experience in European Competition law during an internship at a well-known law firm in Brussels, and later developed an interest in Corporate Law during another internship. She also has a keen interest in European Law in general, based on her academic background.
Léa will be a member of the French Brussels’ Bar as of February 2023.
Léa graduated as a Master of Laws from the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (UCLouvain) in 2020. She subsequently obtained a LL.M. in European Private Law from the University of Amsterdam in 2022.