Cendrine Delivré is a Partner and Full Professor ("Agrégée") in Public law and has been a consultant in public business law and taxation for large international law firms for many years. Cendrine Delivré focuses on the public law sector (public-private partnerships, public procurement contracts and concession agreements) and on the infrastructure, transport and energy sectors. Cendrine has an extensive experience in advising international financial institutions such as the IFC World Bank or the African Development Bank on public law matters, energy matters, including renewable energy (hydro, solar, wind) and the mining sector.

Cendrine advises financial institutions and investors regarding the acquisitions and/or construction and maintenance of plants and facilities. She has a solid knowledge in Public procurement contracts, public tender proceedings and Concession agreements. She is experienced in Power purchase agreements especially in Africa. Cendrine also advises public entities (States and international financial institutions) with respect to the legislative and regulatory framework in the context of the liberalization of the electricity sector in certain African countries. She has a vast experience in projects taking place in Francophone Africa (Burundi, Benin, Senegal, Gabon, Togo, Cameroon, Guinea, etc.) She is currently advising the Republic of Guinea on two majors hydroelectricity projects (Kaleta and Souapiti).

Her tax law LLD and her role as Director of the Masters Degree in International and European Taxation Law at a French public university have given her unique knowledge, particularly in environmental tax and international tax.

She has written many publications and spoken at numerous conferences in public law, public financing and tax law.