Agnès Dupie is a lawyer with significant experience in public law, particularly in sustainable development law (planning and environment). After working for the publishing house, Éditions Dalloz, Agnes spent a number of years in various practices, enabling her to gain an overall vision in these areas.
Agnès set up the environment department at the solicitors, 14 Pyramides (Paris), working there until 2008. She then practiced at two Parisian law firms as an environmental and urban planning lawyer – first heading up the department working primarily with local authorities at Cabinet de Castelnau and then as Senior Counsel in a business firm (Cabinet de Gaulle, Fleurance & Associés).
She has been practicing independently in Paris for four years and contributes to the BDEI (Bulletin du Droit de l’Environnement Industriel), where she is a member of the editorial committee and writes a biannual column on natural and technological risks.
Agnès also lectures in environmental law at the University of Paris 8.