• University of Hasselt, B.A. (2015)
  • Catholic University of Leuven, J.D (2017)
  • Catholic University of Leuven, LL.M. corporate law (2018)
  • Catholic University of Leuven, corporate finance (2020)


  • Belgium


  • Dutch (Native)
  • English (Fluent)
  • French (Fluent)

Camille Degrave


Camille Degrave is an associate at Crowell & Moring’s Brussels office. He focuses on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial law. Camille has a specific interest in technology and the gaming industry, including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, etc. He is the co-editor of one of the first handheld books relating to the legal aspects of the video gaming industry on the Belgian market.

Before joining Crowell & Moring, Camille worked for several years in a Brussels-based Benelux law firm.

Camille has a master’s degree in law from KU Leuven (2018). During his master studies, Camille was part of the Erasmus Belgica program, for which he studied one semester at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve. Camille also obtained an advanced master’s degree in corporate law in 2019 and a postgraduate degree in corporate finance in 2020. Camille is a native Dutch speaker and fluent in English and French. He became a member of the Brussels bar in 2018.

Camille is also active in the nonprofit sector. In 2019, he co-founded “Belgian Lawyers for Africa,” a nonprofit that raised over €15,000 in three months to construct water wells in Zambia. In 2020, he co-founded “Road to Glory,” a nonprofit that encourages underprivileged young people to take up kickboxing: a sport in which discipline, self-respect, and solidarity are central.



Admitted to practice: Belgium


  • "Legal aspects of the video-game industry," Maklu-Uitgevers (2021). Authors: Camille Degrave, Younes Sebbarh, and Gilles Leyssen (Eds.).
  • "Kapitaalvermindering," Commentary on Title V, Chapter II of “Artikelsgewijze Commentaar bij het WVV” regarding the reduction of capital in public limited companies (NV). Wolters Kluwer (May 15, 2019). Authors: Camille Degrave and Younes Sebbarh.