Holder of a Master’s degree in international and European environmental law, Pauline Platel is experienced in both public and private law.
Having been sworn in as a lawyer in 2012, she has been working in public law for 7 years with local authorities, particularly in urban planning and environmental law.
As an associate, she deals with numerous cases in both advisory and litigation matters in planning law, urban planning law, public contracts law, civil service law, real estate and construction law.
Pauline Platel assists public authorities in their litigation in general administrative law in the areas of liability, management of the public domain, local authority law (organisation and operation), urban planning, the environment and civil service..
Pauline Platel also assists private individuals, associations and companies in disputes opposing them to the administration (appeals in defence or application against urban planning authorisations, environmental authorisations, declaration of public utility, civil service decisions).
She has thus worked both as counsel and in litigation on cases involving the construction of transport infrastructures, development programmes, the drafting of urban planning documents (urban planning scheme (PLU- Plan local d’urbanisme), territorial coherence scheme (SCOT- Schéma de cohérence territoriale)) and integrated shoreline management strategies.