Sabine Naugès counsels clients on all aspects of public law, including administrative and regulatory, competition and constitutional law. Among other high-profile clients, Sabine has advised telecommunications companies France Télécom and Orange on regulatory matters in cases before administrative and commercial courts, and before EU and French competition authorities. She also regularly represents major companies with interests in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, energy, oil and gas, and public health care, before the French government and in litigation, in a range of regulatory and administrative matters.
Sabine has taught administrative, regulatory and energy law at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, and she teaches petroleum and mining law in the framework of the energy law program of the same university. Sabine has served for three years as in-house counsel in a major, publicly owned company.
Sabine was written numerous articles for French administrative law reviews. She co-authored the Concurrence, Régulation et Secteur Public (Antitrust, Regulation and Public Sector) chapter of the Contrats, Concurrences, Consommation (Contracts, Antitrust and Consumption) Law Review.