Dr. Aurélien RACCAH   

Lawyer in Paris - France

Specialised in french law and european and international law

Doctor in Law at the European Law Institute (ELI)
University lecturer and assesor at Catolic University in Lille
Languages : French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Romanian

 

 

Aurélien Raccah is a lawyer at the Paris Bar, and a lecturer, vice-dean in charge of international development, and co-director of the International and European Law School (IELS) at the Faculty of Law at the Université catholique de Lille.

He holds a PhD in Comparative Public Law from the European University Institute in Florence, where he wrote a thesis on the direct application of European Union law by decentralised entities. Maître Raccah studied law in France (Cergy-Pontoise, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Germany (Humboldt Universität), United Kingdom (University of Cambridge) and Italy (European University Institute).

As a researcher, he specialises in European Union law and published numerous articles on EU law, administrative law, environmental law and social law.

In Florence, he worked for the Consensus project for the European Commission (FP7). Her current researches focus on issues related to Brexit, environment and legal proceedings before the European Court of Justice.

Brexit : Interview de Maître Aurélien RACCAH

Maître Aurélien Raccah est également professeur à l’Université catholique de Lille où il enseigne le droit de l’Union Européenne (intégration de l’UE, droit institutionnel, politique européenne, droit de la concurrence et droit des affaires procédure). Il donne également un cours de droit des affaires de l’UE à l’école de direction EDHEC et un cours de droit de l’Union européenne à Sciences-Po Lille. Il a auparavant enseigné le droit administratif à la Sorbonne.

Aurélien Raccah practised in August & Debouzy law firm. He has also worked for the Council of State, the Committee of the Regions of the EU, as well as in an insurance company for local authorities (SMACL) and as legal editor for the newspaper Localtis.