Maître Gabrielle EISENSCHER is a Graduate from the university PARIS II PANTHEON-ASSAS, with a DEA in Private Law. Faculty of Law where she had studied her whole Law Course, after one preliminary year at Hypokhagne (preparatory class for Advanced Studies). Also her studies were soon sustained with an approach to the real judicial world when integrating an Advocate Cabinet in Paris.
After obtaining The CAPA at the EFB PARIS in 1995 , Me Gabrielle Eisenscher was admitted within the Paris BAR in 1996, when she took her oath, started practicing as a collaborator in a Lawyers firm in PARIS.
She created her own office, 3 Villa Victor Hugo in PARIS 16, in December 1999. She is at your disposal respecting the professional ethics which constitutes a guaranted security for her clients.
As a member of several professional Associations such as ACE, FRANCAVOKA , AAMTI, AFPDC , AJFB … Me Gabrielle Eisenscher is concerned with enriching her everyday practice by the light of regular trainings, specialized in International, European and National Law.
If the utmost interest of a case commands it , Me Gabrielle Eisenscher can be assisted by Me Juliette Voury, Advocate at Paris Bar, holding a post graduate Diploma in General Private Law, as well as a Master 2, Multimedia and Computing - Panthéon Assas University (PARIS II) - and who is in the habit of working for law Firms specialized in representing clients before the Council of State and the Civil Supreme Court
The essential principles the Cabinet acts upon are :
- Independance : it guarantees the individual client or firm that the consultation will never be given according to whatever personal or outsider’s interest.
- Professional Confidence. It binds the lawyer to her clients in every circunstance : no one can make her reveal whatever was entrusted to her as past of their exchanges.
- Secrecy. It covers all the modes of communication, either verbal or written, between lawyers.
Necessary to the process of negociation it enables not to juridiciarize a conflict when it turns out to be possible and desirable.
- Loyalty. During exchanges between colleagues, it allows an open debate, a guarantee for an equitable trial and well balanced negociations.
- The rule of the conflict of interests. It implies that no lawyer can recommend, attend or represent parties whose interests could be opposed.