Charlotte Le Roux | Paris | Hogan Lovells

Charlotte Le Roux

Counsel Global Regulatory


French, English

Le Roux Charlotte

Charlotte Le Roux
Le Roux Charlotte
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As counsel, Charlotte focuses her practice on commercial contracts and regulatory matters relating to information technologies, data and cybersecurity, mobility/transportation and telecommunications. Charlotte works on innovative subjects such as artificial intelligence, connected objects, autonomous vehicles and more generally digital transition. She works closely with both French and international clients by providing them with regulatory advice or by assisting them in the negotiation and setting up of contractual schemes in various industry sectors, such as IT, automotive/transportation, energy and financial institutions.

Charlotte teaches telecommunications and space law at the Paris V Descartes University and data protection law at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University.

Before joining Hogan Lovells, Charlotte was an associate in one of the most respected French 'boutique' firms focusing on Technology matters. Prior to that, she worked in a company on telecom matters (including satellite networks) in Europe and in Africa.

Representative experience

Advising a leading French bank on its cybersecurity and digital solutions training programme dedicated to its global legal team. 


Advising major automotive companies on their digital transformation projects (connected and autonomous services, telecoms services etc.)

Advising companies on telecommunications regulatory issues (IOT, M2M, infrastructure etc.)

Advising major automotive companies and OEM on innovative mobility projects.

Advising various clients on data protection matters (compliance of new technologies with data protection regulation, cybersecurity/data breach, etc.)

Advising leading energy company on drafting several partnerships and end-user agreements on EU and US projects relating to autonomous and electric vehicles.


  • Postgraduate Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, Queen Mary University of London, 2014
  • Masters Degree in Space and Telecommunications Law, Paris South XI University, 2008
  • Masters in International and European Law, Paris South XI University, 2007
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • Paris