Lawyer at the Paris Bar (2000), Marion Delaigue is Partner – Public Business Law practice since 2015.
Marion was awarded the decoration of Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite in 2019 by the French Minister of Economy and Finances (Bruno Le Maire)
Marion Delaigue intervenes in French public business law and French general administrative law.
Her practice includes in particular public contract law, development and town planning law, domain and ground law, institutional and communities (collectivités) law and, public competition law. She assists public and private clients in counselling and litigation
Marion has drawn from her multiple experiences in a Ministerial cabinet, as elected official and within companies, a global, operational and pragmatic approach for her counselling duties, while remaining attentive to the various stakeholders and to their constraints, for the purpose of serving the client’s projects.
Marion has practiced in a capacity as lawyer at the Law Firm Latournerie Wolfrom Avocats from 2000 to 2004. She was then asked to join the ministerial cabinet of Dominique de Villepin, the French Internal Affairs Minister, who she then assisted, when he became Prime Minister, at the Matignon Palace, in a capacity as technical counsellor in charge of parliamentary affairs, all of which while being simultaneously deputy Mayor of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Marion then integrated the LVMH group where she was then entrusted with the administrative monitoring of the Fondation Louis Vuitton pour la Création project.
Marion re-joined the Paris Bar in 2013 in a capacity as counsel lawyer at the law firm Earth Avocats prior to joining Latournerie Wolfrom Avocats in September 2015 in a capacity as Partner of the Public Law practice.