University of London Institute in Paris

9-11 rue de Constantine
75007 Paris

Seminar series
QMUL - CCLS event

The Queen Mary University of London CCLS team is delighted to announce the next seminar of the Energy Law Institute at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies in Paris.

This Energy Roundtable will present a range of views from lawyers and industry on the impact of the energy transition on the energy sector. Panellists will consider what actions need to be taken to efficiently implement this transition while ensuring continuous energy supply (and profitability). In addition, there will be discussion on the circular economy and the regulatory constraints in France and the EU. 


  • Norah Gallagher, Academic Director of the Energy Law Institute

Speakers include:

  • Emmanuel Grand, Managing Director, FTI Consulting
  • Alain Taccoen, Head of the Regulation Department within the Supply Division, EDF
  • Cyril Vock, Senior Legal Counsel, Direction Juridique Groupe - Total SA, Project and Corporate Finance

Date:                 Thursday 22 November 2018

Time:                 18h (registration from 17h30)

Location:           9 rue de Constantine, Paris 7e
There is no fee to attend

Please join us for networking drinks afterwards.

About the Energy Law Institute (ELI)

The ELI provides a focus for the development of energy and natural resources law, the training of energy lawyers through its specialist LLMs in Energy and Natural Resources Law programmes in Paris and London, and the promotion of a broader understanding of this important sector. James Dallas, Executive Director of the Institute, notes "Our aim is to provide a first class student experience; with world class teaching and a broad curriculum, anchored in the real world of the sector". Our teaching philosophy is “to blend academic and practitioner rigour”. We work with leading international law firms, energy companies and energy consultancies.

Please note that in registering for this event, your contact details may be used by CCLS to invite you to future events.