Graduated cum laude in July 2005 with a Master's degree in law at the Free University of Brussels (VUB), where he specialised in Criminal Law.
Obtained a postgraduate degree of Master of Laws: International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict (LL.M.) in December 2006 at the University of Nottingham (UK), where he was a researcher for the Office of the Prosecutor at the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL).
Interned at the third trial chamber of the UN tribunal for former Yugoslavia (UN-ICTY) in 2007.
Became a lawyer in September of 2007.
Joined Mr. De Man's office in September 2008, finishing his internship at the Antwerp Bar after a first year at the office of Mr. Van Eeckhaut in Ghent.
In 2008 he was the winner of the yearly law mooting competition "Georges Debra" held by the Ghent Bar.
Was the keynote speaker during the opening ceremony of the Flemish Conference of the Antwerp Bar Association on October 16th, 2015 where he gave an address about equality in the Belgian justice system, entitled: "Light in the darkness?"
He has a keen interest in Criminal Law.