Flichy Grangé Avocats continues to expand, and welcomes its twentieth partner

Aurelie Cormier Le Goff

Aurélie Cormier Le Goff is 39. She graduated from the University of Paris X – Nanterre (Magistère and DEA in labour law) and has been in practice as a lawyer since 2000. Her career began in 1997 with Bélier & Associés; in 2004 she joined Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer where she was appointed of Counsel in 2012.

Maître Cormier Le Goff has been teaching at the University Paris I – La Sorbonne and intervenes in University of Paris X seminars. She is co-author of Les Restructurations (in the collection Droit vivant, with a Third Edition in 2014).

She is an acknowledged labour-law expert, thanks to her experience advising major French and international groups on transfer of business, collective redundancy, collective agreements, working-hour issues, remuneration and company savings plans.

Over the past ten years she has developed special expertise with public-sector companies that employ private-law employees, and has been advising and representing these firms, notably in respect of collective litigation, further to changes in their legal status or organisational structure.

According to Joël Grangé: “It really is a pleasure to welcome such an exceptional recruit as Aurélie Cormier Le Goff, with so distinguished a career, marked by her expertise with public sector firms.”

Aurélie Cormier Le Goff concurs, “Thanks to its size, range of labour-law practice areas and importance of the matters it deals with, Flichy Grangé Avocats has become a major player in the labour-law field, with dynamic partners and enthusiastic teams. The firm’s drive for excellence, coupled with its reliability and availability vis à vis clients I find very attractive, and am thus delighted to join the firm to help it expand.”