Philippe Langlois

Consultant

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Samia Azoud 
Tél : +33 (0)1 56 62 30 00
Holder of the Law Faculty’s highest academic distinction and Professor Emeritus of Paris University (Nanterre), Philippe Langlois is an internationally recognised specialist of labour law, social security law and employee savings schemes.

In parallel with his academic activities he has always practiced as a consultant in European Community law, which led to his appointment by the Ministry of Employment as the project leader for a ‘Social Europe’.

He taught the Masters degree course “The law and management of social security in France and Europe” and founded the only French post-graduate vocational qualification in labour law.

Philippe Langlois heads the “Compensation & Benefits” team, jointly with Philippe Montanier and Juliana Kovac.
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