Erwin Crabeels (Liège, 1978) has been an attorney since 2001 while also teaching courses in other contexts on the topics of labour law and legal issues connected with human resources.
He practices in all aspects of human resources law and is particularly specialised in providing advice regarding individual and collective conflicts at work, working hours, expatriates (salary splits), collective relations within companies, social criminal law and litigation.
Erwin regularly publishes articles in various specialised journals focusing on labour and social security law.
Erwin obtained a law diploma from the University of Louvain (2001 – cum laude). During his studies, he also studied at the University of Lancaster (UK).
His working languages are French, Dutch and English.
From 2001 to 2010, he worked as an attorney at the firm Claeys & Engels. In 2010, he founded the firm Crabeels-Michaux that later merged with Reliance in 2013.