Dr. Gillis Lindemans is a fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) and a senior researcher at the Institute for Commercial and Insolvency Law at KU Leuven. He defended in October 2018 a doctoral thesis on the actio pauliana as an instrument of creditor protection in corporate law.
Previously, he worked as an attorney at the Brussels bar (Clifford Chance) and as a teaching assistant at the Institute for Civil Procedure at KU Leuven.
Gillis’s research interests include commercial law, company law and insolvency law. The topic of his doctoral thesis is the regulation of voidable transactions (also known as the actio pauliana) in legal entities. The research project aims to design an elaborated Belgian legal framework in relation to voidable transactions, as a necessary complement to an increasingly deregulated company law.
- KU Leuven, PhD law, supervisor: J. Vananroye, October 2018
- KU Leuven and Tilburg University, Master of Laws, Research Master 2013 (magna cum laude)
- New York University School of Law, Exchange Program 2012
- KU Leuven, Bachelor of Laws 2011 (magna cum laude)