Camille CrosCamille is a partner at RR&A. Her practice focuses on public procurement, government-related business, and urban planning.
After working for eight years at the Parisian law firm HERALD (formerly Granrut), Camille returned to her native South and joined the firm.
She has been managing the public sector division as a partner since 2017.
She advises clients in government-related contracts, urban planning, town and regional land planning, expropriation, civil service, and general administrative law.
She assists the firm's institutional clients, mainly construction and civil engineering companies, with public procurement issues and litigation.
Camille is active in the community. She is a member of the AJCP (association of administrative litigators of the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne) and Les Elles du Public (association of female executives in public service activities).
Finally, she lectures at the Marseille branch of the ESCT (Ecole Supérieure de Conduite de Travaux) and trains high-level construction project managers.
FIELDS OF INTERVENTION
- Government-related business
- Public procurement
- Urban planning, development and environment
- Government civil service
- General administrative law
- Vice-president of the Marseille Bar’s administrative law commission
- RR&A (since 2016)
- GRANRUT (2007-2015)
- Master 2 Administrative Law Litigation (Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne)
- Master 2 Government-related Business Law (Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne)
- Master's degree in public business law (University of Montpellier - Faculty of Law and Political Science)
- Wear a construction helmet with elegance