Kristof Uytterhoeven specialises in property law and private and public building law in the broadest sense of the word. In particular, his expertise lies in the field of public contracts, private-law construction and real estate contracts, building insurance and the status and ethics of the architect.
Thanks to his many years of experience working as a lawyer, he offers his clients top-notch legal advice, as well as optimum assistance in negotiating real estate contracts and successfully handling disputes both before the civil courts and before administrative courts, as well as via extra-judicial dispute settlement.
In 2000, Kristof Uytterhoeven got a PhD in Law from the KU Leuven. He served as a temporary lecturer at the law faculty of this education institution. Currently he is employed as a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture at the KU Leuven, where he teaches contract law, property law and building law to future Masters of Architecture and Masters of Interior Architecture.