Scientific advisor

Laurent Saenko

Laurent : the scientist of Tactics. He is a lecturer in private law and criminal sciences at the University of Paris-Saclay, where he teaches criminal law, criminal procedure and economic criminal law. He is a specialist in business criminal law, but never hesitates to exploit other branches of law. Laurent is the comfort of the University at home: always there to challenge ideas, he brings his vision and his expertise to ensure that ours are always up to date, especially on subjects closely or more distantly related to criminal law.


Laurent holds a Master’s degree in business and economic law and a PhD in private law from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, where he wrote a thesis on “Time in criminal business law”. He is also a member of the Scientific Council of the Art and Law Institute.

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A traditional criminal lawyer (he worked for a long time with Professor Bernard Bouloc), Laurent is keen to explore all the intricacies of economic criminal law so that Tactics can benefit from his invaluable contributions in the areas of business criminal law and criminal proceedings in economic law.