Guillaume is the father of three daughters whose energy often give him the opportunity to practice his favourite hobby: running. Endurance and tenacity that he also uses when it comes to dealing with his client’s cases. Fond of British culture, Guillaume is a former solicitor in England and Wales. He works in French as well as in English for both craft and industrial companies.
If she was not a lawyer, Emilie could have worked for “Le Fooding”. Always the first to sniff out the best “tarte au citron” in town, Emilie is just as rigorous when dealing with her clients’ employment related issues. After graduating from Panthéon-Assas university, she worked for Hogan Lovells before joining Flichy Grangé Avocats where she acquired a specific expertise in company restructuring operations.
There is a 131 meter vertical drop between Montmartre, where Alix lives, and Versant Avocats offices. If she could, she would either skate or surf to the office. Taking height and distance is of great help when working through the complex files she deals with. After graduating from Bond university in Australia (LLM) and in art history, Alix now satisfies her curiosity and desire for new horizons by providing advice and litigation assistance in daily HR matters to foreign companies.
When Nicolas is not in Paris, he is most probably sailing in Brittany. Good sea legs and a sense of the wind is of great use when travelling through stormy cases
In 2013, Nicolas was laureate of the Paris bar speaking challenge and was elected “secrétaire de la conference” of the Paris bar. He has since developed a recognized practice in criminal labour law.
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