Who are deJuristen?
deJuristen is a contemporary niche legal firm, and very proud of its unique pioneering role in Internet law on the Belgian market. As rebellious legal experts, our people combine their legal know-how with specific domain knowledge and innovative insights.
We stand for an open and transparent service that aims to provide a usable solution. Our creative approach continues to build on a thorough understanding of your problem, in which our hands-on partners remain closely involved throughout the entire process.
The team of deJuristen has its home base in Ghent and is led by Kris Seyen.
Question or legal conflict? We are ready with clear, to-the-point and useful advice.
Technology is an integral part of our society. The speed of technological developments and their impact on our daily lives cannot be overestimated. Opposite this innovative, disruptive world of thought is the unwieldy inertia of the regulator and the risk-averse world of those who have to apply the rules.
What about copyrights on creations by artificial intelligence? How do we regulate the liability of autonomous systems such as self-propelled cars? What rights can you claim on big data? How does my right to privacy relate to other rights?
deJuristen want to build a bridge here by embracing technology, with an eye for new legal systems and how these can give direction to technological developments.
Get to know our team
Kris brings 25 years of legal and business experience to deJuristen.
Through training in law, but also in policy and business informatics, he enjoys advising in technology-oriented matters such as IP, privacy and digital transformation. His transactional experience in various sectors allows him to perfectly assess the needs of the entrepreneur.
His master thesis on “The obligations of video platforms (e.g. YouTube) in the new AVMD Directive” perfectly illustrates his knowledge of media law, intellectual property law and consumer protection.
Sofie is passionate about intellectual property law and is completely absorbed in trademark law. Her broad interests in (visual) art, music and dance make her the ideal interlocutor for creatives who call on theJurists.
Larissa De Keyser
Larissa is studying her final year Master of Laws at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her thesis research focuses on health insurance funds and the data protection of their members.
Emma is studying her Master of Laws at the University of Ghent. Her Master’s thesis deals with the provision of data by individuals for the purpose of machine learning.