Stéphanie Zurawski has been an attorney in France since 2008. In 2020, after working for several major Paris law firms (Bersay & Associés, Bignon Lebray and Guillemin Flichy), she set up her own firm that specialises in labour law and in the law of international organisations.

Labour law counsel and litigation services

Stéphanie Zurawski assists French and foreign companies and groups and advises on all transactional and contentious labour law issues.

Stéphanie has extensive experience in the field of project restructuring (company transfers, business closures and redundancies).
She also advises high-level executives at all stages of their contract lifetime.

Stéphanie is a member of Avosial (Association d’Avocats d’Entreprise en Droit Social – French association of labour law corporate attorneys). She regularly gives talks on labour law-related topics and is the author of numerous articles on legal matters.

The firm works closely with a network of attorneys who specialise in all fields of business law, intellectual property law, tax law, etc.

Stéphanie Zurawski

Stéphanie Zurawski


International public law

Stéphanie Zurawski offers clients the benefit of her highly specialised expertise in the area of international public law. She advises major international (UN bodies and non-UN bodies) on internal legal issues and international civil service law.

She represents international organisations and international civil servants before international administrative courts, in particular before the Administrative Tribunal of the ILO in Geneva, and the United Nations Administrative Tribunal (in New York, Geneva and Nairobi).


Stéphanie Zurawski was admitted to the Paris Bar School in 2006 and was sworn in as an attorney in 2008. Stéphanie holds degrees from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Post-Graduate Degree in International Administration, 2005) and Nancy II University (Master’s Degree in Public and European Law, 2004). She also attended the law faculty at Newcastle upon Tyne University. She works in French, English and Spanish.