Vincent Brenot’s practice encompasses litigation and transactional work. He is recognized for his expertise and know-how in public / environmental law, and advises both French and international public and private entities. He has significant experience in public procurement and public finance law. He also advises clients in planning and environmental law, both in the sector of renewable energies and polluted sites and soils, specifically in the context of real estate and M&A transactions.
Vincent was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2001. He spent ten years at the Paris office of a Magic Circle Firm and then five years as partner in a US law firm before joining August Debouzy as partner in the Public Regulatory Environment team in 2014.
Vincent is a member of the French environmental law attorneys club.
Vincent regularly publishes articles in the field of public law and environmental law.
For several years he has co-authored, with Emmanuelle Mignon, the French chapters of the Government Procurement Review and the ICLG International comparative legal guide Environment & Climate Change Law.