Baker McKenzie has strengthened its Public Law & Environment practice with the arrival of Rémi Ducloyer as counsel and Jean-Marie Le Brun as senior associate.
Rémi Ducloyer provides litigation services and advice on regulatory and contractual aspects in various sectors of activity, including energy, electronic communications, transport, teaching, defence, health, the environment, sports and leisure.
With a Master's degree in Public Affairs from Sciences Po Paris, a Master 2 in Public Law litigation from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and a diploma from the Institut de Droit Public des Affaires, Rémi Ducloyer has been a member of the Paris bar since 2011. He lectures in public law at Sciences Po Paris.
Before joining Baker McKenzie, Rémi Ducloyer worked in the Public Law department of the law firm Jones Day in Paris, having begun his career as a lawyer at Gide Loyrette Nouel. Before this, he worked as a law clerk at the administrative court of Paris, then at the Conseil d'État.
Jean-Marie Le Brun provides advisory and litigation services in the area of public law, and more specifically in the field of town planning regulations, environmental law and real estate law.
Jean-Marie Le Brun has been a member of the Paris bar since 2011 and has a Master 2 in Real Estate and Construction law from the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, a Master 2 in European Union law from the University of Rennes I, as well as an LLM from Queen Mary University of London.
Before joining Baker McKenzie, Jean-Marie Le Brun worked at the law firms ENJEA and White & Case. He also worked as a legal expert at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London.
Arnaud Cabanes and Emmanuel Guillaume, partners from the Public Law and Environment practice are delighted by these new arrivals: “Thanks to the experience of Jean-Marie Le Brun and Rémi Ducloyer, Baker McKenzie’s public law, town planning and environment services in Paris will be strengthened at the highest possible level for the benefit of our clients.”