Specialist in litigation before the civil and judicial-review courts, as well as in accounting and constitutional litigation

Albert Raventós focuses his practice on advising on pre-dispute matters, leading cases and defending clients in lawsuits and appeals in a wide range of areas: public procurement; administrative concessions and public works; government expropriations and the liability of public administration; constitutional law; procedural administrative law; pharmaceutical law; consumer law and labeling; and law on hotels and campsites, tourism and leisure, and gaming and entertainment.

He also specializes in regional and urban planning; commercial property and facilities; environmental protection and waste management; water and mining law; and transport law, including public contracts for metropolitan and urban transports.

Before joining Cuatrecasas, he was a practising lawyer and a town hall lawyer (currently on leave of absence); counsel for the Catalan regional government (Generalitat); deputy general assistant director of litigation affairs at the Central Legal Cabinet of the Generalitat (currently on leave); later becoming director of the Legal Cabinet, exercising retained jurisdiction for the Generalitat's highest advisory body, the Legal Advisory Committee of which he was a member from 1987 to 2005.

He is a member of the Barcelona Bar Association.

He lectures on constitutional, administrative and regulatory law in several master and postgraduate programs and in specialty courses. Previously, he lectured at the Spanish Judicial School and at the Public Administration School of the regional government of Catalonia, at the Universitat de Barcelona and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.


  • Public competitive examination
    for admission to the judiciary

    Public competitive examination
    for admission to the Body of Counsel for the State

    Bachelor of Laws
    Universitat de Barcelona, 1977

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