Benjamin is in charge of the Administrative and Public Law practice at Stibbe Luxembourg. He combines practical experience with a clear understanding of his clients’ markets in order to give them suitable and effective advice.
Benjamin specialises in regulations and litigation with regard to administrative matters, such as public procurement, town and country planning, competition, telecoms, public contracts, tax litigation, and public service employment.
Before joining Stibbe in 2018, he worked as a lawyer, active in civil, commercial and administrative litigation, in a Luxembourg law firm for 7 years and in a leading multi-disciplinary business law firm in Luxembourg for 5 years.
Benjamin has a master’s degree in law from the Catholic University of Louvain-La-Neuve (UCL) (2004). He also obtained a certificate of completion for additional courses on Luxembourg law (CCDL) from the University of Luxembourg (2005).
He is the author of a number of articles relating to administrative law and civil law matters. He has been in charge of writing the Luxembourg chapters of The Government Procurement Review periodical since 2013.
Benjamin is a member of the board of directors of the ALEDC, the Luxembourg association for the study of competition law, and of the Luxembourg association for environmental law. Furthermore, he has worked as a researcher in the electronic commerce department at the CRIDS (the Research Center on Informatics, Law and Society) of the University of Namur from 2005 to 2008.
Benjamin was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2005 (List II) and as Avocat à la Cour (List I) in 2007.