Harold Dulait

Harold Dulait

Founding Partner

Harold Dulait (°1976) studies law at the University Faculties of Notre Dame de la Paix in Namur (Belgium), at the Louvain Catholic University (Belgium) and at the Leopold Franzen Universität d’Innsbruck (Austria). He is also the holder of a DEC (Diploma of College Education) in philosophy from the Louvain Catholic University.

From 2001 to 2008, he is the trial lawyer of Brussels, primarily working with the Miller Bolle&Partners (formerly Arthur Andersen Brussels) law firm and the Koan (Legal 500) law firm, where he becomes a senior associate. He specializes in commercial law (primarily in distribution law) and in contract law.

From 2008 to 2010, Harold offers many consulting assignments within international enterprises as an independent lawyer (legal interim manager), especially in the industrial, financial and motor sectors.

After having completed management training at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (2008-2009), he establishes Legalia in 2009.

Caroline Voisin

Caroline Voisin


Caroline Voisin (°1979) holds a diploma in commercial engineering and management from the Louvain Business School of Management (Belgium) and from the Pontificale Universidad Catolica de Chile (Santiago, Chile).

From 2002 to 2003, she is the Conference and Marketing Manager at the Institute for International Research of Brussels. From 2003 to 2015 she forms part of The Little Gym Europe where she takes on different roles, including head of human resources before becoming chief financial officer (CFO). Among her responsibilities, apart from those relating to the company, she manages the legal department.

Drawn by entrepreneurship for many years and confident in her experience in an international SME, Caroline decides to join Legalia as a partner in 2015.

Céline Pottier

Céline Pottier

Recruitment Consultant

Céline Pottier (°1988) studies law at the Louvain Catholic University (Belgium).

From 2014 to 2018, she is a lawyer trainee and later joins the business law firm Praetica as associate, treating matters in commercial law, corporate law, intellectual property law, as well as insolvency law for companies in difficulties. She works closely together with the curators and the mandataries from justice related to bankruptcies and judicial reorganisations and is published on several occasions within this domain.

Between 2016 and 2017, she completes a half-time mission as independent consultant (secondment) in the Intellectual Property team of the company AGC Glass Europe, belonging to the Japanese group AGC.

With her experience at the bar and given her wish to focus her career towards human resources, Céline decides to join Legalia in April 2018. In her role as Recruitment Consultant she is directly involved in the activities of Legal Interim Management as well as the recruitment of permanent positions.

Liese Ulenaers

Liese Ulenaers

Management Assistant

Having obtained a professional bachelor in Hotel Management at the Plantijn College of the province of Antwerp, Liese Ulenaers (°1986) started out her career in various commercial functions, as well as in organization and communication, within luxury hotel groups (Accor, Hilton).

She then joined the legal department of the Marriott group in 2014 as Administrative Assistant. In this function she acted mainly as personal assistant for the General Counsel, while also handling paralegal tasks and office management.

In 2017, Liese decided to join Legalia in order to support the development of the company as Management Assistant. She is also in charge of our database management, of implementing our marketing actions and organizing our events. Liese speaks Dutch, French and English.

Jean-François Lerouge

Jean-François Lerouge

Development Consultant

Jean-François Lerouge (°1975) studies law at the University of Namur (Belgium), the Queen’s University of Belfast (Northern-Ireland) and at the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium). In 1999, Jean-François is awarded the “Belgian American Educational Foundation” scholarship and he completes his Master of Laws program at the Georgetown University Law Center of Washington D.C. (United States of America) in 2000. In 2008, Jean-François successfully completes the Executive Development program at the CEDEP business school in Fontainebleau (France).

He starts his career within the business and finance department of Linklaters. He then works for Bird & Bird and later for White & Case. His expertise includes an in-house position in Belgium and in France during 12 years within a major group in the energy sector holding the positions of Director, General Counsel and General Secretary. He is a researcher and lecturer both at the universities of Namur and Liège (HEC) from 1998 through the end of 2008 in the area of IT and data protection law matters.

Jean-François has an extensive experience around the world on complex cross-border transactions, M&A, Data Protection and Project Finance. He has a specific expertise in the energy, engineering, construction and ICT sectors.

From 2014 to 2017, Jean-François works as a consultant for the Belgian Ministry of Energy and in Paris for a start-up quoted on Euronext which has developed innovative solutions for the conditioning of sludge and the treatment of complex industrial effluents mainly to help manage the projects and the risks.

Jean-François then decides to join Legalia as consultant to assist the company in its national and international development and to provide his skills to Legalia’s clients.