Liselotte studied law at the University of Antwerp and the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa). During her master’s studies, she was appointed as prospective researcher in the research group Personal and Property Rights at the University of Antwerp. She was a member of the winning team of the international moot court competition in private international law, the PAX Moot Court (2019).
She obtained the degree of Master of Laws with high distinction from the University of Antwerp in July 2019. That same year, she was admitted to the Brussels Bar.
Between 2019 and 2021, she worked in the litigation department at Eubelius. In February 2021, she was admitted to the Antwerp Bar and joined the law firm Verbist & Vanlerberghe Omega Law.
Since 2020, Liselotte is a teaching assistant at the Institute for Private International Law of Ghent University.
Liselotte specializes in civil and commercial litigation and in all aspects of company related criminal law. She handles cases in Dutch, French and English.