Jocelyn Duval assists corporations and public entities on public law matters, whether in transactional or litigation cases. He has more particularly developed expertise in urban law (town and country planning, construction permits) and commercial and environmental urbanism as well as public contracts (procurements, PPPs, etc.).
He also regularly intervenes in regulatory and contractual aspects of development or financing operations in the renewable energies, transportation, infrastructures and health business sectors (photovoltaic, wind farms, biomass and hydraulic).
Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2002, Jocelyn was in-house counsel at Castelnau (2000-2002), a Paris-based law firm that specialises in public law and advising of local and regional authorities, prior to start his career as an attorney. He then joined Lefèvre Pelletier & Associés (2002-2005) and Linklaters (2005-2007).
Jocelyn has graduated from La Sorbonne (Paris I) law school (DESS in public law litigation) and Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) law school (DESS real estate law – year 2001 valedictorian).
He has also written a number of articles in law reviews and teaches at continuing legal education programmes together with being called upon at colloquia focused on his areas of expertise.
Languages: French and English