Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2015, counsel Fleur Jourdan specialises in public and administrative Law, contract law and planning legislation.
During her seven years as Deputy Director General of the Région Ile-de-France (Paris region) services, where she was in charge of legal affairs, procurement contracts and quality, Fleur Jourdan focused particularly on transport and town planning issues, in particular as part of the Greater Paris (Grand Paris) project. She was also involved in setting up the structure supporting Paris’ bid for the 2024 Olympic Games.
A magistrate of the French administrative court system, Fleur Jourdan was a judge at the Administrative Court of Bastia from 2006 to 2008, where she was more specifically in charge of town planning issues.
Fleur can draw on her significant practical experience in awarding and implementing public procurement contracts, gained through her role at the Région Ile-de-France, the Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg (2005-2006) and the Ville de Paris (2003-2005). In 2013, she created Maximilien, a portal grouping together all public procurement contracts entered into by the various administrations of the Paris region.
Fleur Jourdan is the author of “Leçons de droit des marchés publics” (Ed. Ellipses, 2014), and is on the editorial board of weekly legal journal La Semaine Juridique (Administration et Collectivités Territoriales). She regularly publishes articles in her specific field of expertise. Her recognised level of skills and competence has led her to teach at Sciences Po Paris, Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University and Paris I Sorbonne University.
Fleur Jourdan is a graduate of the Paris Institut d’Etudes politiques (2002).