Grégoire Loiseau, Agrégé and Professor at the University of Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, is co-director of the Research Master 2 in Employment Law and director of the Professional Master 2 on Continuing Education for Employment law Specialists.

His practice covers all areas of employment law. He is the author of numerous publications on the subject, co-author of a book on the CHSCT (Health and Saftey Committees), and scientific co-director of the journal Cahiers sociaux.

Before joining Flichy Grangé, he was Vice President of the University of Paris I, responsible for Studies and University Life and Director of the Law UFR of the Sorbonne Law School.
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