Stef Feyen specialises in public law.
He advises national and international clients on a wide range of issues, assists clients throughout transactions and defends their interests before the constitutional, administrative and civil courts. Stef's main area of expertise is public procurement law (including, more generally, public contracts and projects) but he has worked extensively in constitutional law, energy law and other areas of administrative and regulatory practice. He has a particular interest in the life sciences (in particular healthcare) and defence sectors, but Stef well versed in both traditional (eg construction) and more modern (eg IT / incubators) government contracts.
Stef holds two degrees from KU Leuven (2009) and is a graduate of Harvard Law School (2010). During his doctoral studies in public law, Stef published prolifically, conducted research, and taught in Europe and the US (2014-17). Stef continues his academic activities as an associate professor and stays in tune with cutting edge legal developments.
He was admitted to the Brussels Bar in 2017 and joined NautaDutilh in 2019, after having worked at a boutique firm specialising in public and administrative law.
Stef’s background, experience and expertise allow him to come up with innovative solutions that are both pragmatic and workable and enable him to understand, accommodate and indeed anticipate clients’ needs.