>State aid and regulatory lawyer

State aid and regulatory lawyer

  • Advocaat
  • Brussel

Website Daldewolf

DALDEWOLF is a multi-service, independent business law firm of approximately 45 lawyers in Brussels and Kinshasa. The State aid, public contracting and regulatory practice of DALDEWOLF handles matters related to any type of public intervention in the economy at national or EU level, such as State aid, EU or national grants, but also public contracting, privatisation of public undertakings and regulatory matters (e.g. access to utilities networks).

We serve public and private clients, national or international, active in a variety of sectors such as transport, energy, environment, media or gaming. We assist them with strategic advisory work (e.g. sale of public sector’s assets, transactions with the public sector, validity of measures under EU sectoral regulations and State aid law,…) and represent them in their administrative and judicial procedures at national and EU level.

We are looking for an experienced associate who has at least five years of experience as a lawyer in public or competition law, who is French or Dutch-speaking with an excellent command of English and who has a good command of the other national language (knowledge of German is an asset). Our dream candidates are capable of critical and analytical thinking, they are rigorous and precise but also pragmatic and flexible. They can come up with own ideas and initiatives, they are enthusiastic and they function well in a team.

We offer the selected candidate interesting and diverse files, the opportunity to work (and learn) in a demanding but altogether friendly and highly specialised team and the pleasure of growing professionally and personally. Besides client work, occasions to further develop skills will be provided through trainings, academic work and business development.

We seek diversity and we do encourage minorities to apply.


Contact Carole Maczkovics (cmk@daldewolf.com).

Strict confidentiality is guaranteed.

2021-02-08T10:10:13+00:00 8 februari 2021|