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Florian Landry

Lawyer – Associate - Paris Bar February 2019

Florian specialises in Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions and Private Equity.

He took part in the creation of the Ooslo firm, after having worked for several years in French and Anglo-Saxon firms (including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Bignon Lebray).

Florian works with shareholders, investment funds, family offices and managers, on venture, growth capital and LBO operations. He also assists a corporate clientele (SME-ETI and national or international groups of companies) with acquisitions, sales, partnerships or restructuring operations.

 

Florian supports both French and international clients.

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Ooslo@Florian, what do you like about this job? 

 

I appreciate the opportunities and challenges that this job brings, particularly the intellectual stimulation and the constant need to question myself. I decided to specialise in business law because it contributes to the realisation of entrepreneurial ideas and supports entrepreneurs, companies and investors. I feel useful (at my level) when I help them navigate the complex legal labyrinth that surrounds the business world.

I have had the opportunity to work with companies of all shapes and sizes, from start-ups to large multinationals. Each situation has allowed me to add to my experience, both technical and interpersonal, and I try to put these lessons to good use to serve our clients every day.

 

The profession of business lawyer requires you to remain humble and invites you, above all, to use your know-how to support the creative and entrepreneurial ideas of your clients. This is our way of contributing to the economic dynamism and responsible growth of tomorrow.

It is also, in essence, an ethical profession which is still fully relevant today. I am sure that lawyers have a place in the quest for a sustainable and equitable future for our planet and our society, and I wholeheartedly hope to contribute to it.

Finally, being a lawyer is not only about putting clients' interests into words, but anticipating their expectations, sharing their optimism and their fears, allowing them to concentrate on what is most important and creating a bond that, very often, goes beyond the business relationship. This human aspect is a key component of the profession and a real source of fulfillment.

Training

  • CAPA (2018)​ - Bar - Paris

  • University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (2016) - Magistère Business Lawyer / DJCE

  • University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (2016) - Master 2 Business Law

LANGUAGES

French

English​

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