MME Laurence Folliot lalliot, Folliot

Enseignant / Enseignant-chercheur

Fonction

Professeur de Droit Public Co-Directrice du Centre de Recherches en Droit Public (CRDP) Co-Directrice du Master 2 Droit de l'Economie Directrice du D.U. Commande Publique Internationale
Coordonnées
Université Paris Nanterre FR DSP Bât.F, bur.E14 200 avenue de la République 92 001 Nanterre Cedex 92001 NANTERRE.
Mail
laurence.folliotlalliot@u-paris10.fr
Structure(s)
UFR de Droit et Science Politique (DSP)

Discipline(s)

Droit public

Disciplines enseignées

Droit des marchés publics
Droit des partenariats public-privé (PPP)
Droit de la commande publique
Droit international et comparé des contrats publics
Droit administratif

Thèmes de recherche

Réformes des systèmes nationaux de commande publique
Commerce International et marchés publics
Principes du e-government et du e-procurement

Curriculum Vitae

  

Mrs. Laurence FOLLIOT - LALLIOT 

Professor of Public Law, University Paris Nanterre (France)

Co-Director Master Degree in Public Law

Previous positions

September 2011- June 2012: World Bank Consultant with the Regional Procurement Management Office for MENA (Middle East and North Africa) countries, advising on procurement reforms (assessment of the legal framework, legal reforms and capacity building programs) in several countries. (detached from the French University)

September 2009-2011: World Bank Senior Legal Counsel, Legal Procurement (LEGOP), Washington DC, (detached from the French University)

+ Seminars taught at George Washington University (Law School) on International and Comparative Public Procurement Law with Prof. Christopher Yukins (EU, US and World Bank procurement procedures 2009-2010).

September 2007-2009: Professor of Public Law, University Paris Nanterre-La Défense (France). Co-director for the Master Degree in Law and Economics, “Competition and Market Regulation”;

Director for the Diploma (D.U.) “Formation au droit des marchés publics”, (training in procurement law for foreign governmental officers), created in 2008;

Adjunct, University Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne;

            Research Fellow, Government Contract Program, George Washington University;

Before: Professor of Public Law at Paris 13 University (1998-2007), at the University of Lille II (1996-1998), Senior Lecturer at the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin en Yvelines (1995-1996), Lecturer at Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University (1989-1994)

 

Specialization

Comparative and International Public Contracts Law

·         Expert in international procurement legal frameworks including the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) and Free Trade Agreements covering procurement, World Bank and Multilateral Donors Procurement Guidelines, regional regulations such as the European Procurement Directives, ASEAN, COMESA, UEMOA, and several national procurement laws;

- Prepared for the World Bank: Comparative detailed analysis of International Procurement Instruments (World Bank procurement Guidelines, UN Convention Against Corruption, Government Procurement Agreement, EU Procurement Directives, UNCITRAL Model law on procurement)

- Prepared for the World Bank: Impacts of International Instruments and Trade Agreements on Procurement Standard

·         Professional knowledge of several award procedures, detailed performance rules, protest and complaints mechanisms, arbitration and ADR mechanisms, anti-corruption provisions and sanctions, institutional arrangements (Brazil, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, India, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Poland, Senegal, Rwanda, Timor Lest, Tunisia, West Bank Gaza, + EU)

·         Professional knowledge of International Organizations’ procurement regulations (World Bank, UN, UNESCO, PNUD, UNOPS, NATO, OSCE, European Space Agency).

·         Extensive comparative and analytical analysis of the public contract concept: distinction between different types of public contracts, public procurement, infrastructure contracts and PPPs contracts;

·         Proficiency in international contracts, state contracts, and transnational contracts law

Professional knowledge in governance issues:

Besides specialization in public contracts law, professional knowledge (University classes taught) of French Administrative Law and Administrative Justice, Constitutional Law, Public Finance, Civil Service, Public Administration, Governmental organization and Decentralization, Judicial Organization and Justice reform, Cooperative Agreements between Public Entities, Public Utilities, Environmental Law.

 

 

Education and Training

 

2005 to date: Research Fellow, George Washington University, Government Contracts Program, Law School

 

2003-2005: Visiting Scholar at George Washington University, Government Contracts Program and Administrative Law

 

1996:   Agrégation de droit public (French National competitive examination for University teaching positions as Full Professor in Public Law covering Constitutionnal Law, Public Finance,  Administrative Law and Public Governance).

 

1995: Competitive exam for teaching position at the University of Versailles-Saint Quentin en Yvelines (Senior Lecturer in Public Law)

1994:   Doctorate (JD) in Public Law, University of Paris II. Thesis: Powers of the French administrative courts and rules of litigation in contractual matters, 650 pages. With top distinctions: Mention très honorable avec les félicitations du jury à l’unanimité, propositions pour les prix de thèse et les subventions pour publications.

1989: DEA in Public Finances and Taxation (Post-graduate diploma, prerequisite for PhD candidates), University of Paris II

1988:   DEA in Public Law, (Post-graduate diploma, prerequisite for PhD candidates), University of Paris II

1987: Graduate in Public Law and Politic Science (Master degree delivered after 4 years of Law school), University of Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris I

Affiliations

Since July 2012, Member of the European Commission Stakeholer Group on public procurement (working on the future reform of the EU public procurement legal framework).

Since 2008: Member of the Network “Public Contracts in Legal Globalization” (with Professor Jean-Bernard Auby, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris).

Since 2007: Expert with the Institut Français d’Experts Juridiques Internationaux, IFEJI, member of the Public Private Partnerships PPP expert group.

Since 2007: Member of the research center Centre de Recherches de Droit Public de l’Université Paris Nanterre which, in partnership with the French Conseil d’Etat, is organizing 4 major conferences in 2009 “Crisis of the Regulations and Regulatory Crisis”,

         Organizer of the “Law and Economics Conference on the Financial Crisis”, Université Paris Nanterre, October 17, 2008.

Since 2006:  Correspondent of the Public Procurement Network, a network of associates made up of leading universities in Europe in the field of public procurement (with Professor Sue Arrowsmith[1], University of Nottingham).

Since 2005: Member of the Advisory Board of the Procurement Center, International Law Institute, Washington DC (Director: Professor Don Wallace)

Since 2005: Research Fellow, George Washington University, Government Contracts Program, Directors Steven Schooner and Christopher Yukins, Washington D.C

Since 2004: Member of the Advisory Board of International Government Contractor, Legal Journal, West Group.

1997-2003: Member of the French delegation to the UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law)

1998-2003: Expert for the French Government, Working Group « Public Infrastructure Projects Privately Financed », Vienna

1998-2003: Delegate to the UNCITRAL Assembly, New York and Vienna

Informations complémentaires

 

Mis à jour le 13 juin 2017