Laura De Deyne focuses mainly on administrative, environmental, energy and constitutional law.
She obtained her Master of Laws degree in 2012 from the University of Ghent, with a specialisation in international and Belgian public and environmental law. Laura earned a doctoral degree in January 2017 from the University of Hasselt and the Transnational University in Maastricht. The title of her dissertation was ‘Legal Characteristics of Legitimate Market Supervision in the Energy Sector’.
Laura has authored various publications in the field of energy law and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal on Environmental and Energy Law (Tijdschrift voor Milieu en Energierecht). She is a research associate on the law faculty at the University of Hasselt, where she is also a member of the Centre for Government and Law (Centrum voor Overheid en Recht (CORe), UHasselt).