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Séverine ROUDIL


Masters in trilingual Business Law from Pierre Mendès France,  Grenoble University, and top of her International business Law Masters at the University of Bourgogne, Séverine ROUDIL started working has in-house counsel before preparing the Bar exam.

She took oath in 2003 and started working for EUROPA AVOCATS the same year, before being made partner in 2010.

She teaches Company Law at Grenoble Ecole de Management and delivers in house training for employees and managers. 

She predominantly advises on personal injury, construction Law, public and urban planning Law as well as Social Security Law matters.

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