Isabelle LELIEUR is a partner in the firm.
She advises and represents airline companies, airports, aircraft lessors and lessees, international institutions, regulators and service providers, in France and abroad. She works primarily on contractual issues, as well as regulatory, competition and liability issues, personal data protection (GDPR) and aviation policy.
Having worked in the aviation industry for 20 years, her variety of experiences with airline companies (Air France – 2000), institutions (European Commission – 2002), professional bodies (French airport association -UAF – 2002-2007), and airport operators (VINCI Airports 2007-2017) has provided her with an in-depth understanding of the industry and its strategic and regulatory issues, in France as well as abroad (specifically, in Europe, Asia and Africa).
She is a member of the French Society of Air and Space Law (SFDAS) and of the European Air Law Association (EALA).
She has an undergraduate law degree from Toulouse Law University and a Master’s degree from the Air Transport Training and Research Institute (IFURTA) of Aix-Marseille University. She also holds a graduate degree (LLM) from the Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL), McGill University, Montreal. She is admitted to Paris Bar.
Lecturing and Publications
Isabelle LELIEUR lectures in several French universities (Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Toulouse I Capitole and Aix-Marseille, as well as at the Joint Aviation Authorities Training Organization (JAA TO) in Amsterdam.
Isabelle LELIEUR published a book on airline ownership and control, as well as several articles on airport regulation, data protection (GDPR) and bilateral air service agreements.