Juliette is in charge of the firm’s environmental law department. Bilingual in English, she advises her foreign and French clients (investment funds, institutional investors, industrials, banks, insurance companies, developers, warehouse users, individuals…) in environmental law issues either in industrial regulations (classified facilities, pollution, waste, renewable energies …) or in property and warehouse regulations (green lease, asbestos, legionella…).
Her experience in real estate investments has allowed Juliette to develop a specific expertise in environmental law issues in relation to real estate acquisitions or share deals (environmental due diligence, contract negotiations and liability guarantees).
According to Chambers Europe 2023, ” Juliette Bril (Band 4, Environment section) is very efficient and result-oriented. Her advice is invaluable and she has a great deal of expertise in real estate law and in the law governing classified installations.”
Her colleagues at Fairway like her for her good mood, her ability to find practical solutions and her unfailing willingness.
Her clients rely on her expertise in :
– Industrial regulations (classified facilities, pollution, waste, water…)
– Environmental regulations for properties and warehouses (green lease, asbestos, legionella, energy performance…)
– Renewable energies regulation
– Real estate acquisitions and sales, insolvency proceedings (environmental due diligence, contract negotiation and warranties)
– Environmental law litigation
Juliette Bril began her career with Caroline London, a renowned environmental lawyer, before joining De Pardieu Brocas Mafféi law firm to lead the environmental law department for 10 years. In 2011, she joined the English firm Wragge & Co to set up the environmental law practice; then in 2013, she joined the law firm Franklin.
Well before Fairway
Postgraduate degree in Environmental Law, University of Paris I/II (1996)
Postgraduate degree in European Law, University of Paris X (1996)
L.L.M in International Environmental Law, American University, Washington College of Law, Washington D.C. (1995)
Juliette will move to a house (with a pool) with her husband in Tuscany to share her passion for Italian cooking with her family and friends while swimming every day to burn off the pasta.