Vincent Ost

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Vincent Ost  specialises in public and administrative law; in particular, in the field of  government contracts (public procurement, PPPs, concessions, privatisations, infrastructure financing, State guarantees, etc.). He has significant experience with collective infrastructure projects, such as office buildings occupied by governmental bodies, public transport infrastructure, schools, public housing, etc. Most of his matters combine private-law aspects (contracts, company law, and tort) with public-law regulations. He intervenes both in transactional matters and in litigation, in particular before the Council of State.

Vincent has also developed an in-depth expertise in the field of energy law.

Vincent advises companies in their relations with the public authorities. He also intervenes as an advisor to regional and federal governments and public-law companies.

He is recommended as “up and coming” in the public law chapter of legal guide Chambers Europe.

Vincent joined Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick as a Partner in 2017


French, English, Dutch


Vincent received his law degree summa cum laude from the University of Louvain (UCL) in 2001. During his studies, he spent five months at the University of the Pacific (California, USA). In 2006, he was seconded for six months to the Energy and Project Finance departments of Denton Wilde Sapte’s London office, at which time he qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales.

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