Samuel Crevel holds a Master degree in private law from the University of Caen (1992) and a Doctorate in he is a Doctorate in Law (2009) from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University.
After being admitted in 1990 to the École Nationale de la Magistrature, Samuel Crevel was a Presiding Judge of the District Court of Epernay (1994-2003), Deputy Director of the Ministry of Justice’s Real Estate Section (2004-2007) and a Head of operations, rural planning and environment at the Ministry of Agriculture (2007-2010), before being appointed Chief Clerk for the Supreme Court (2010-2013).
Samuel Crevel joined Racine’s Public, Agribusiness, Customs and Environment Department in January 2014. His practice focuses on agricultural, forestry and environmental law (private, public and EU), as well as in private and criminal law involving regional authorities.
He is a scientific co-director of the Revue de Droit Rural and a lecturer at Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (Master 2 Professional in European law : "agricultural and agribusiness industry law").
Samuel Crevel is « Chevalier dans l’ordre du Mérite Agricole ».