Guillaume Croisant has been an associate in the dispute resolution group of Linklaters since 2014. Trained in both civil and common law, he specialises in international commercial litigations, arbitrations and investigations. He has worked from our Brussels and London offices, representing clients before Belgian and English courts and regulators, international arbitral tribunals, the European Court of Human Rights and the European institutions. He is frequently appointed secretary to arbitral tribunals and he is an active member of various arbitration associations.
2019 to date Lecturer (moot court and advocacy), Université Libre de Bruxelles (LL.M. in international business law)
2017 to 2018 Secondee (international arbitration), Linklaters London
2015 to date Teaching assistant (private international law), Université Libre de Bruxelles
2014 to date Associate, Linklaters Brussels (finalist of the 2016 European Award for Exemplary Partnership in the Public Interest)
2014 Admitted to the Brussels Bar (Prix George Boels)
Guillaume also lectures on written and oral advocacy and private international law at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). He monitors the legal developments in this field for the Journal des Tribunaux and the Revue de Droit Commercial Belge and regularly publishes on various topics relating to his professional practice, such as international commercial and investment arbitration, business and human rights, private international law and class action.
Guillaume has been involved in many pro bono initiatives of the firm, including by giving training on business and human rights in Kenya (with Advocates for International Development), working on an European database of asylum law (with the European Council on Refugees and Exiles) and drafting a guide to corporate sustainability (with UN Global Compact).
2013-2014 University of Oxford, Magister Juris (Wiener Anspach Foundation Scholar)
2011-2013 Université Libre de Bruxelles, Master of Laws (Prix René Marcq, Prix André Bruyneel, Premier Prix d’Excellence du Master en droit)
2008-2011 Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bachelor of Laws
Guillaume speaks French, English and Dutch.