Isabelle Richelle is of counsel at the Liedekerke law offices, where she is a member of the Tax Group. She practises all aspects of tax law and, in particular, corporate taxation, European and international taxation, and environmental tax. She specialises in restructurings, real estate tax and wealth planning.
She is a member of several scientific organisations. She is the author of many publications and speaks regularly at conferences. Isabelle is also a deputy judge at the Namur Court of First Instance.
Since 2011, she has been co-president of the Tax Institute of the University of Liège (ULg) and she has been a professor of taxation at the HEC Business School of ULg since 1987. She teaches European tax law and income tax law.
Isabelle holds a an advanced degree in tax law (ULg) and a Ph.D. in law (ULBrussels) for her dissertation “Concept and treatment of losses in tax law − National and international aspects”.
Isabelle joined Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick in 2006 after having spent several years working as a senior manager for an international consulting firm.