Loïck Goddeau obtained a Master in Economic Law, with distinction, from Vrij Universiteit Brussel in 2020.
Thereafter, Loïck Goddeau completed an LL.M. in financial and corporate law at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom, where he graduated cum laude. During this master’s programme, he concentrated specifically on international intellectual property law and European competition law.
Lastly, Loïck Goddeau obtained an advanced master’s degree (ManaMa), with distinction, in intellectual property law and ICT law from KU Leuven. His dissertation was entitled “The concept of Abuse of Economic dependency with regard to Food Delivery Apps”.
Besides taking part in academic activities during his last year of study, Loïck also headed the legal department at the non-profit organization Brussels Law School Consultancy, a legal clinic that focuses mainly on offering legal advice to startups and students.
Loïck has been a member of the Brussels Bar since 2021 and joined Monard Law in the same year.
Loïck Goddeau focuses mainly on commercial law, competition law, ICT law, and intellectual property law.