Sandrine has experience working in Spain and France. She began her career in a domestic law firm before joining an international multidisciplinary structure as a director and digital business law lead. She became a partner in 2021 before joining Ernst & Young Société d'Avocats SELAS to develop sector-based offerings in both consulting and in litigation, focusing upon intellectual property, new technologies, data protection and cybercrime.
She advises national and international clients on the protection of intangible assets, cybersecurity and data protection. She has extensive experience in supporting software development and large-scale integration projects.
Sandrine’s expertise completes the IP/IT practice within the EY firm. She leads the digital law offers specifically related to financial services (FSO).
Sandrine holds a master’s degree in Bilingual Studies in Private Law (2009), and in Digital Law Activity (2010). She is also trained on protection of information assets (Institut des Hautes Etudes de Défense Nationale).
How Sandrine is building a better working world
“I believe that the key to building a better working world lies in a responsible and inclusive work environment where everyone feels confident to thrive in, develop business opportunities and reach their full potential. In a constantly changing world, I foster and maintain active collaboration, passing-on knowledge and encouraging creative thinking to deal with complex issues.”