Antonio Alcolea is a partner and works in the firm´s department of Administrative and Regulatory law.
Areas of expertise:
He has extensive experience in the provision of administrative and regulatory legal advice, principally in relation to large infrastructures.
- Public contracting, concessions and infrastructures.
- Urbanism and environment.
- Expropriation and patrimony.
- Water, mines, regulated sectors.
- Litigation and arbitration.
Chambers & Partners ranks his work placing him in Band 4 in the field of Public law; clients praise him for his: « understanding of our commercial point of view« , explaining: « He tries to understand the approach we want to take from our side » (2022), sources regard him to be: « a magnificent professional who knows how to treat clients and provides practical and efficient solutions » (2019). The Legal 500 (Firm to watch in Public law) and Best Lawyers® rank him in Administrative law, Litigation, Public Finance law and Construction in Spain.
In 2011, he received the recognition “40 under 40” from Iberian Lawyer, award that acknowledges the leading forty lawyers under the age of forty in the Iberian market based on their involvement in complex cases, leadership and management skills, as well as their contribution to society.
He holds a degree in Law from the Universidad San Pablo-CEU, specializing in Business law. Additionally, he is a State Lawyer (Abogado del Estado) on leave of absence.
Antonio is a Teacher in the Master´s Degree Program in Access to the Legal Profession at the Centro Universitario Cardenal Cisneros, National Institute of Public Administration, the Institute for Training and Studies of the Local Council of Madrid, and also at the Centre for Legal Studies, Ministry of Justice.