Emmanuel Glaser has a dual administrative and jurisdictional experience, which makes him a privileged interlocutor in relations with the administration and the jurisdictions. He is a former member of the Conseil d’Etat, where he spent 14 years, including 7 years as Government Commissioner, as well as a judge of summary proceedings and as a member of the Public Works Section. Emmanuel Glaser was also advisor for legal and European affairs to the Secretary General of National Defense, then deputy director of public, European and international law at the Legal Affairs Directorate of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. In this capacity, he piloted or monitored numerous bills and regulatory texts, from their drafting to their final vote by Parliament and their defense before the Constitutional Council or the Council of State. He then joined the law firm Veil Jourde in 2011 as a partner, in charge of the public law department, before co-founding the law firm Fréget Glaser & Associés in 2021. Emmanuel Glaser has retained from this administrative and jurisdictional career an important network within the State administrations, in particular the legal departments and the General Secretariat of the Government, and an in-depth knowledge of the Council of State. As an expert in public economic law, he advises companies and major public operators on complex issues of regulation, sanctions and contracts, particularly in the context of structural litigation. Emmanuel Glaser is an associate professor at the University of Paris-Est Créteil, lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and co-editor of the competition section of the French legal journal "Actualité juridique Droit administratif" (AJDA). Emmanuel Glaser is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm), the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration.
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