Sophie advises French and international clients in all areas of employment law. She has developed particular expertise in social support relating to M&A restructuring operations and management of international mobility situations. In the event of individual or collective labor disputes, she assists clients before civil, administrative, and criminal courts. Sophie provides training, including on managing psycho-social risks.

Areas of expertise

  • Employment Law


  • Admission to the Paris Bar in 2016
  • Master’s degree (2nd year) – French and Italian Law – Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University – 2014
  • Laurea Specialistica – Giurisprudenza – Università degli Studi di Firenze – 2014
  • University Diploma – Common Law / International Private Law – Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University – 2014

Additional activities

  • Lecturer at HEDAC (2022)
  • Member of AJIF Sorbonne
  • Member of A&O Alumni Network


  • “France takes steps to fight inflation’s effects on workers”, SHRM, 7 novembre 2022
  • “The Employer’s Guide to Europe’s Inflation”, Littler report, 3 novembre 2022
  • “France: After the expansion of burnout claims, should employers worry about “bore out” claims?”, A&O Publications, 5 octobre 2020
  • “Resuming activity, a manageable criminal risk”, L’AGEFI Hebdo, July 23, 2020
  • “Covid-19 coronavirus: France – Criminal liability of the company and its leader in case of contamination of an employee at the workplace”, A&O Publications, May 12, 2020
  • “Social plans follow one another but are not alike”, Les Echos Business, August 22, 2017

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