I help companies evaluate risks and solve problems in environmental law and I provide them with strategic, business-oriented advice to successfully navigate their environmental challenges.
Pauline Leddet-Troadec works on both litigation (before administrative, civil and criminal courts) and advisory matters having to do with environmental regulations. She focuses on matters regarding industrial environmental law including classified facilities, industrial risks, contaminated sites and soils, water or air impacts, technological risk prevention plans (French “PPRT” regulations) and chemical products.
Pauline advises on waste management and circular economy and also works on negotiation and drafting of contractual clauses for real estate transactions (sale and lease back operations, leases agreement, etc.).
In addition, she counsels clients on matters regarding sustainable development and biodiversity issues, such as compensation obligations, protected species derogations, etc.
She advises French and international companies, as well as public entities.
Pauline is active in legal associations. She has founded an Interprofessional environmental law association : the Cidde (“Cercle interprofessionnel du droit de l’environnement”). She is President of such association.
She is also Secretary-General of Elles&Droit (legal women’s network association).
Pauline is a lecturer at the Centre de Formation de Droit de l’Environnement, and The Ecole des Mines de Douai.