Doctor of Law
Jérôme Schott is a lawyer at the Paris Bar.
He has practised with the firm since 2006, and became a partner in 2011. With dual qualifications in Private and Public Law, his practice areas cover Litigation and Advice in:
- Real Estate Law
- Public Law and Town Planning Law
- The Law of Contracts, Public and Private Works Contracts
- Construction law
In the litigation field, Jérôme Schott’s skills enable him to handle disputes at all stages of the real estate project:
- Purchase, Building permits
- Pre-work Inspection Applications
- Complaints and progress claims for public and private works contracts
- Construction defects and liabilities
He advises in the following main areas:
- Town planning
- Planning permission
- Complex operations : sales, exchanges, building development contracts
- Drafting leases
Doctorate in Public Law : Thesis on the “Statutory preventative archaeology regime” at the CERDEAU (Environment, Development, and Town Planning Research and Study Centre) of the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, supervised by Professor Yves Jégouzo.
Postgraduate degree in Private Law.
Jérôme Schott also worked as a judge’s assistant at the Construction Court at Montpellier District Court whilst studying for this doctorate.