The Bignon-Lebray law firm is preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Focus on a business that has continued to grow since its inception.
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A company with many competencies
vsFounded in 1982, Bignon-Lebray is one of the twenty largest independent law firms in France.
The firm has been keen to maintain the ambitions of its founders by continuing to offer comprehensive support to its clients in both litigation and consultancy.
40 years later, the firm, true to its position, maintains its desire to provide its know-how to companies and public figures with the ability to support them with all their legal needs.
Bignon-Lebray has 150 people, including a hundred lawyers and jurists and 35 lawyers distributed between Paris, Lille, Lyon and Aix-Marseille. The firm now brings together 15 specialisms, including classic areas such as M&A, taxation, real estate, social law or intellectual property law, while also developing less common sector expertise such as Sports Law or Life Sciences based on cross-cutting of the company’s competencies. One of the company’s main strengths lies in its ability to support its customers by building teams with cross-functional skills.
To enrich its value proposition, Bignon Lebray recruits a number of different profiles. Employees who join the company have real career opportunities up to the association. As evidence, more than half of the College of Associates have benefited from internal promotion.
Employees are supported throughout their careers and from senior status are trained in management techniques.
The ambition to pass on his knowledge
In addition to its value proposition, Bignon Lebray has launched a tailored professional training offer. The company has obtained QUALIOPI certification, a guarantee of the quality and richness of the proposed system. The trainers work with business management to help them anticipate their litigation risks or introduce them to new issues.
The company’s training catalog is multidisciplinary with turnkey courses. It develops very regularly and thus provides customers with solutions adapted to their needs.
Education is an integral part of the company’s DNA. Many partners are involved in higher education institutions and universities.
A committed company
Bignon Lebray is committed to a CSR approach. It is based on the recommendations of an ad hoc CSR commission consisting of partners, employees and support functions, which is tasked with defining and operationally implementing the environmental, social and quality policy.
After 40 years of existence, Bignon Lebray is proud of its career. With invested partners and collaborators, both professional and associative commitments, he is an example of success. There is no doubt that the next 40 years will enable the company to meet new challenges.