We acknowledge 23 lawyers for their exceptional practice of environmental law, from analysing environmental risk to handling soil and groundwater contamination.
Most highly regarded
Boivin & Associés sees four lawyers recognised in this chapter.
Jean-Pierre Boivin is “a major player dedicated to environmental law” remark sources, adding, “He is incredibly experienced and a long-term main figure in the field.”
Steve Hercé gains plaudits for his outstanding handling of project development planning and environmental crisis management.
Malik Memlouk is championed for his expert handling of disputes in the electricity and gas sectors.
Manuel Pennaforte is touted for “high availability for clients and ability to adapt”, and “his considerable experience and targeted perspective” when advising clients on industrial risk.
LPA CGR Avocats sees three standout lawyers listed.
Marie-Laetitia de La Ville-Bauge is “an outstanding specialist with a strong background in environment law”. Sources commend her work on industrial projects, environmental M&A and waste law.
Frédérique Chaillou is widely acclaimed for his adept handling of environmental issues relating to M&A and real estate transactions.
Jones Day’s Françoise Labrousse is lauded for her remarkable proficiency in global environmental litigation before a plethora of courts.
Jean-Nicolas Clément of Gide Loyrette Nouel is “an excellent lawyer and a significant name in the environmental law area”, renowned for his work on industrial litigation surrounding water, waste and renewables.
At King & Spalding, Joëlle Herschtel is admired for the first-rate counsel she delivers to clients on toxic tort issues and environmental regulation.
David Desforges of David Desforges impresses with his “exceptional knowledge in environmental matters and clarity of advice”, along with his “client-friendliness and his commercial ability to add value”.
Thomas Garancher at Frêche & Associés is esteemed for his diligent work in environmental risk analysis and litigation.
Marie-Pierre Maitre of Atmos Avocats is distinguished by her “established and active” presence in environmental law, notably relating to industrial risk.
Laurence Esteve de Palmas at EdP Advocats excels in environmental audits, renewables and sale contract negotiation.
Herald’s Christophe Bourdel is broadly championed for his extensive know-how and experience in environmental litigation and regulation.
Carine Le Roy-Gleizes of Foley Hoag is “a significant name and a very good lawyer” for industrial risk management, soil contamination and sustainable development.
Baker McKenzie’s Arnaud Cabanes is enthusiastically highlighted for his “indefatigable work ethic” in environmental transactions and litigations.