Loïc worked as a barrister in Paris for nearly fifteen years and then for a firm of Council Lawyers, before himself being appointed a Lawyer for the Council of State and Court of Cassation in 2014.
Having graduated from Sciences Po University in Bordeaux, he also has his one-year postgraduate degree (Maîtrise) in Business Law from Cergy Pontoise University and an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma (DESS) in public litigation law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University.
Loïc has been gaining experience across the full breadth of public law ever since the start of his career. Leading public names trust him to handle their lawsuits before all of the country’s administrative courts, or seek his advice on preventive matters. He is accomplished in handling various types of litigation, before both the Council of State, where he regularly acts in reported cases, and other administrative courts.
He especially handles cases before the Court of Cassation in matters of insurance, construction, health and social law.
Loïc has also lectured in European Public Law at Sciences Po Paris.
He is a member of the Scientific Board for the AJDA Law Review.