Eveline Vanthorre focuses on the family property law, company law and tax aspects of (inter)national wealth and succession planning.
Eveline started her law studies at KU Leuven, Campus Kortrijk (KULAK) in 2009. After two years, she continued her studies in Leuven (Master's degree in Law KU Leuven, 2014).
From 2014 to 2019, Eveline worked as a full-time researcher and assistant at the Economic Law Research Unit (Institute for Consumer, Competition & Market, KU Leuven, Campus Brussels). For her PhD research on the transfer of family businesses between generations, Eveline was awarded a scholarship by the Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (FWO - Flanders) in 2016.
She was a guest researcher at Leiden University (October 2017) and l'Université de Strasbourg (September 2018). As an assistant, Eveline gave, among other things, monitorships and lectures to bachelor's students and supervised master's theses in company law and corporate law.
Eveline is a member of the Dutch Bar Association at the Brussels Bar. She has been an attorney at Cazimir since January 2020.
She is Dutch-speaking, but also speaks English and French.
Eveline advises clients on their estate and succession planning and assists families with the transfer of their business to the next generation.
Eveline is a voluntary assistant at the Faculty of Law at the KU Leuven. She gives academic and professional lectures on (family) estate planning. She is also the author of several contributions to legal journals and books.
Eveline likes to spend time with family and friends. She also likes jogging or takes a ride on a racing bike.