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Uría Menéndez
28002 MADRID


Jesús A. Sedano Lorenzo is a lawyer in the Madrid office of Uría Menéndez. He joined the firm in September 2006 and is a member of the Public and Environmental Law Practice Areas.

He advises public and private entities on all aspects of public and regulatory law (sanctioning procedures, public procurement, energy, public infrastructures, telecommunications, pharmaceutical and health matters, authorisations and permits, public authority liability, subsidies, public property, historical heritage, etc.), and on all specific aspects of environmental law (such us climate change, pollution prevention and control, natural resources, waste, water, mines and coasts).

He regularly appears before Spain’s contentious-administrative courts and the Constitutional Court, and also participates regularly in civil proceedings related to regulatory or environmental matters.




  • Madrid Bar Association


  • Law Degree, Universidad de Salamanca, 2004
  • Master’s Degree in Commercial Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues, Madrid, 2005-2006

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Environment

(Next Generation Partners)

Jesús SedanoUría Menéndez

Uría Menéndez fields a dedicated team of environmental law experts, who ‘stand out for their deep knowledge of environmental law and mastery of related practices‘. The firm has been active in environmental law for 25 years and as such has a well-established reputation in the field, with experience in carbon trading, soil pollution, waste, water and natural spaces. Recently, the team has been particularly busy assisting clients with permitting issues, as well as judicial proceedings, including both contentious-administrative and criminal proceedings. Barcelona-based administrative and environment law specialist Juan Antonio Loste and counsel Jesús Sedano in Madrid, who has considerable experience before the contentious-administrative courts and the Constitutional Court, jointly head the practice. Other key practitioners include counsels Jaime Calvo Retuerto and Noemí Blázquez.