Avocat / Counsel


  • LLM in French general private law (University of Paris II – 2004)
  • Qualified as a French avocat (Paris Bar School – 2005)
  • Cambridge International Legal English Certificate (2011)
  • Diploma of lawyer and company consultant (DJCE) – Certificate of specialization in labour and employment law (University of Cergy- 2007)
  • “Collective agreements and conventions – Applicable penalties to the three-year obligation to negotiate on the GPEC”, JCP ed. s. 48, December 6, 2016, 1415
  •  “How to manage the URSSAF adjustment of the EC or the Social and Economic Committee “, Les Cahiers Lamy du CSE, Nº 181, May 2018
  •  “Social and Economic Committee Elections: Drawing up lists of candidates”, Liaisons sociales Quotidien – Le dossier pratique, Nº 175/2018, September 27, 2018,
  •  ” The calculation of the employer’s contribution on stock options specified by the Versailles Court of Appeal “, Liaisons sociales Quotidien – L’actualité, Nº 17701, 27 Nov 2018,
  •  “Employer’s contribution on free shares and stock options: the Labour Court and financial logic”, JCP ed. s. n°4, January 29, 2019, 1025,
  •  “Control notices and multi-establishment company”, JCP éd. S. n°19, May 14, 1144,
  •  “Employer’s contribution paid for unexercised stock options: are URSSAF’s refusals to reimburse justified?”, SSL n°1882, November 12, 2019

Alexandra DABROWIECKI holds a LLM in French General Private Law and a Diploma in Law and Business Consulting. She began her career in 2007 at CAPSTAN law firm in Paris. She has also practiced at ARSIS law firm.

Working indifferently in English and French, she mainly advises and intervenes in particular in the following fields:

  • Dismissals for economic reasons / restructuring
  • Social security law and remuneration systems
  • psychosocial risks and occupational health issues (including occupational accident and disease)

She regularly conducts training courses in labour and employment law. She is also a lecturer at the Master II in Law and Human Resources Management of the Catholic University of Lille.
03 28 52 45 24