Frédéric Dopagne advises and represents States, international organizations and respective bodies and agencies in a broad range of international public law issues. He has particular experience in diplomatic law, the law regarding state immunity, and the privileges and immunities of international institutions. He advises his clients regularly on matters that relate to international and European civil service law, international sanctions, and the restrictive measures of the EU, the law of treaties or responsibility of States and international organizations.
Besides his practice at Monard Law, Frédéric is also a professor at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) where he lectures mainly on diplomatic law, immunity law, and the law of international organizations. He is also the current director of the Master of Law’s programme with Specialization in International Law at UCLouvain. Frédéric is a guest lecturer at the University of Liège as well. He has written articles and has given lectures on various subject matters in the fields of international public law and institutional law of the European Union (click here for a selection of his published works). He is currently the Secretary General of the Belgian Association for International Law and member of the editorial teams of the Belgian Journal of International Law and Oxford International Organizations.