Leen De Vuyst

I am Leen De Vuyst
Procurement Law specialist
Public Law specialist

Leen De Vuyst

Specialising in administrative law in general, Leen advises on matters such as public procurement legislation, the fundamental framework of government entities and the restructuring of public entities. 

Leen is especially active in public procurement law, public procurement regulation and the practical setup of procurement procedures. Moreover, she has specific experience in advising on (and assisting in) PPP projects including ESA 95 aspects.

Besides providing expert legal advice, Leen assists various public and private clients in their decision making process (preparing reports and drafts of decisions), legal proceedings and the drafting of laws, decrees and statutory acts. As a result, Leen is well-acquainted with the functioning of public entities as well as the process that legislative texts have to entail.

Leen has a master’s in law from the University of Ghent (UGent) (2003).

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 2003


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Third country bids in EU procurement: always excluded?

Articles - The European Commission recently issued guidance on the participation of third country bidders in public procurement. It clarified bids may be excluded, but remains silent on whether they may be accepted and under which conditions. The Commission is of the opinion that contracting authorities or entities can exclude bids if no access is secured. However, it does not discuss if and under which conditions contracting authorities or entities can allow foreign bids if no access is secured.

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