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Benoît LEGRU

Benoît LEGRU was a member of the bar council from 2008 to 2010.

He is a fully trained and qualified French Lawyer, attorney and counselor-at-law.

During the course of his career in private practice, he developed a strong interest in legal matters such as employment law, real estate, company law.

Benoît LEGRU has a first degree, as well as two postgraduate degrees in French law granted by the University of LILLE.

Prior to commencing private practice as a French lawyer, He was also a legal expert in a French law firm in Lille from 1996 to 2002.

Benoît LEGRU was called to the French Bar in 2003.

He is also a lecturer at the faculté de droit d’Amiens.

He works professionally in French and English.

He is entitled to appear before Courts throughout the whole of France

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