World Bank Group (Washington)

Nina Aoudjhane

French Ministry of the Armed Forces (Paris), World Bank Group (Washington)
Consutant / Counsel

Nina Aoudjhane is a regional portfolio coordinator for West, Central and North Africa. Nina is a legal adviser in public law specialized in public procurement and Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP). Nina holds a Public Business Law degree from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Public Economic Law from the University Paris la Défense. Prior to joining the World Bank Group, she worked as an in-house legal expert on PPP contracts for the General Secretary for Administration at the French Ministry of Armed Forces while teaching Public Procurement and Public Contract Law to post-graduate students at the University Paris la Défense. As a practiced legal specialist in infrastructure projects her areas of expertise include preparation, procurement, and monitoring of infrastructure projects. She aslo advises the french Ministry of the Armdes Forces.

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Nina Aoudjhane Competitive call and disclosure requirement : The Administrative Court of Appeal of Bordeaux rejects the application of the public procurement principles to a municipal transfer of land (Lory)


In its ruling of 18 July 2016, the Bordeaux Administrative Court of Appeal unsurprisingly reaffirms the principle that municipal transfers are not subject to the obligation of advertising and competitive bidding when they do not fall under public procurement law. In a deliberation of 15 (...)

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