Céline Marchand holds a Law degree from the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium), as well as an LL.M. in European Law from King’s College London.
She became a member of the Luxembourg Bar in 2010 and worked in a leading Luxembourg law firm from 2009 to 2015 where she was practicing civil, commercial and administrative litigation. She left in 2015 in order to work as case-handler at the Conseil de la concurrence, the Luxembourg Competition authority. She acquired a breadth of experience in competition law in both compliance and litigation matters. She was also involved in the advisory legislative work of the authority.
In January 2018, Celine joined the firm as partner.
Céline’s main interest lies in public and administrative law in general, and competition, public procurement and planning law in particular. Her practice is also in civil and commercial litigation.