Jean-Marc Sauvé

French State Council (Paris)
Vice-President

Jean-Marc Sauvé is the Vice-President of French State Council and president of the French Institute of Administrative Sciences (IFSA). He is also the President of the panel set up under article 255 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European union, in order to give an opinion on candidates’ suitability to perform the duties of Judge and Advocate-General at the Court of Justice of the European union. He finished first in the École nationale d’administration (French national school of administration) in 1997, and made most of his career in the State Council. He was also adviser of the French justice minister and speaker of the government from 1995 to 2006.

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Sheppard Mullin (Brussels)
MAPP (Paris)
Linklaters (London)
Italian Senate
University Aix-Marseille
French State Council (Paris)
European Commission - DG MOVE
French Cour de cassation (Paris)

Articles

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Agnès Maitrepierre, Alain Ménéménis, Amandine Zelenko, Anne Fort, Carine Soulay, Christian Lambert, David Spector, Denys de Bechillon, Emmanuel Glaser, Eric Ginter, François Tanguy, Guylain Clamour, Jacques Biancarelli, Jacques Derenne, Jean-Christophe Moraud, Jean-Claude Bonichot, Jean-Louis Colson, Jean-Marc Sauvé, Jean-Yves Chérot, Laurent Richer, Marie-Christine Lepetit, Marie-Dominique Hagelsteen, Mario Monti, Philippe Martin, Pierre-François Racine, Sir Christopher Bellamy State Aid Colloquium, 14 March 2008

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TABLE DES MATIERES DISCOURS D’OUVERTURE M. Jean-Marc SAUVÉ, Vice-président du Conseil d’Etat M. Mario MONTI, Ancien commissaire européen à la concurrence, président de l’Université Bocconi de Milan LA POLITIQUE DE CONTROLE DES AIDES D’ETAT EST-ELLE UNE POLITIQUE DE CONCURRENCE ? Introduction : Mme (...)

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