Camila Dupret Torres holds a master degree in law (UCLouvain 2016, cum laude,) and an LL.M in public international law from the University of Leiden (2018).

She gained experience in international law throughout internships before joining the Brussels Bar and Portico in February 2019.

She mainly practices administrative and constitutional law and regularly deals with cases relating to state liability, the financing of local authorities, administrative police, urban planning law and environmental law. She is also familiar with Belgian institutional law, in particular the distribution of powers and federal cooperation.

She is a member of the Centre de recherche sur l’État et la Constitution (CRECO) at UCLouvain since July 2023.

She provides training in administrative law to local authority officials on behalf of l’Union des Villes et des Communes de Wallonie (UVCW).


USL-B (Undergrad), 2014

UCLouvain (Master), 2016

University of Sheffield (Erasmus), 2016

Leiden University (LL.M), 2018



Constitutional law, administrative law, state liability, urban planning law, environmental law


French, English, Spanish and Dutch