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After a Masters in Business Law from Pierre Mendès France Grenoble University, Emilie SYLVESTRE completed her training at the Ecole des Avocats in Lyon and the College of Law of England and Wales.
She went on to work for law firms in the United-Kingdom which allows her to act in English as well as in French.

She took oath in 2012 and joined the firm in 2014 first as an associate before being made partner.

She teaches company Law at the Faculty of Law of Grenoble at Alps Grenoble University.

She advises mainly on Employment and Business Law related matters.

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