Benjamin Huglo is a specialist in constitutional law, general administrative law, local authority law, administrative property law, administrative contract law and administrative litigation, subjects which he taught at the University but for which he also has litigation experience.
After having worked within the administrative jurisdiction, at the Administrative Court of Caen and then at the Administrative Court of Appeal of Paris, Benjamin Huglo has been practising since 2013 as a consultant for lawyers at the Council of State and the Court of Cassation as well as for lawyers at the Court of Appeal of Paris.
Après avoir travaillé au sein de la juridiction administrative, au Tribunal administratif de Caen puis à la Cour administrative d’appel de Paris, Benjamin Huglo exerce depuis 2013 en tant que consultant auprès d’avocats au Conseil d’Etat et à la Cour de cassation ainsi que d’avocats à la Cour d’appel de Paris.
- Public business law
- Administrative and constitutional law
- Local and regional government law
- Environmental health
- Urban planning and development
- Energy law
Lecturer, Assas Law School, University of Paris II
- Editor (since 2009) then coordinator (since 2011) of the Code of Administrative Justice (Éd. LexisNexis
- Publication of several articles on public law concerning decentralisation and local authorities.
- First prize for his thesis (2014), entitled “La contractualisation des relations entre l’Etat et les collectivités territoriales” (2014), under the supervision of Professor Yves Gaudemet.