Frédéric KRENC is specialised in all the issues connected to Human Rights, including in particular those relating to prohibiting discrimination, freedom of expression, the right to privacy and the guarantee of a fair trial, as well as economic, social, cultural and environmental rights.
To this end, the firm offers its opinions and takes on cases involving national and international courts.
In Belgium, the firm works on cases involving the Judicial Courts, the Constitutional Court and the Council of State.
Internationally, Frédéric KRENC has an extensive experience before the European Court of Human Rights. He represents both individuals and associations. He also advises States. He handles cases that not only relate to Belgium (in French and in Dutch), but also other contracting States.
Frédéric KRENC also intervenes before the Court of Justice of the European Union, where it argues cases based on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
Frédéric KRENC pleads cases both before the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg) and the Court of Justice of the European Union (Luxembourg). He has pleaded before the Grand Chamber of each of these two Courts.
In addition, Frédéric KRENC represents individuals and advises governments before the United Nations Human Rights Committee (Geneva).
The firm is often consulted as an expert by associations, public authorities and international organisations.