About me

I’m a French-qualified lawyer based in Paris (Avocat à la Cour), holding a law degree from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, as well as an LL.M. from the University of Chicago Law School.

I practice both advice and litigation with a particular focus on Employment and Labor law, dedicated to French and international clients.

Availability and reactivity are important aims that I pursue, in the best interest of my clients.

As I fully understand the HR and financial issues at stake as far as Employment and Labour law are concerned, I will help you solving efficiently your needs and challenges, and give you the best defence.

I developed a strong pratice in relation to all employment-related issues while working for reputable law firms, as well as the French Ministry of Labor (Direction Générale du Travail) and Human Resources and Labor Relations services of big French companies. Through this rich experience, I gained all the skills that are essential to fully grasp the complexity of such matters.

Therefore, I have significant expertise in dealing with social issues that a company can face day-to-day, in a working environment where labor relations play a growing role.

When I advise my clients, I offer them solutions that combine the requirements of a strict and complex regulation, that keeps moving, and their real practical needs.

As part of my activities, I’m also teaching at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the School for the Paris bar, which entitles me to follow the evolution of law and case law closely, while developing a critical approach.

You are welcome in my offices located in Paris.