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Our team

The firm, which is structured around three partners, Florence Gaullier, Edouard Mille & Gilles Vercken, is comprised of six permanent associates, a Professor of Law of international renown, Valérie-Laure Benabou, and an Open Source/Open Data technical specialist, Benjamin Jean.

Each case is dealt with directly by a partner and a designated associate, a two-person team that is the client’s permanent contact. For some cases, the firm’s two partners are required to work together, supported by an associate from the team.

The firm also runs an active and continuous intern programme for holders of specialised postgraduate degrees or PhD students, strongly oriented towards in-depth research.

  • Gilles  Vercken, Partner

    Gilles Vercken


  • Florence Gaullier, Partner

    Florence Gaullier


  • Edouard Mille, Partner

    Edouard Mille


  • Valérie-Laure Benabou, Professor (PhD)

    Valérie-Laure Benabou

    Professor (PhD)

  • Garance Dussausaye, Associate attorney

    Garance Dussausaye

    Associate attorney

  • Lorette  Dubois, Associate attorney

    Lorette Dubois

    Associate attorney

  • Noémie Enser, Associate attorney

    Noémie Enser

    Associate attorney

  • Valentin Boullier, Associate attorney

    Valentin Boullier

    Associate attorney

  • Anne-Lise Lacorte, Associate attorney

    Anne-Lise Lacorte

    Associate attorney

  • Benjamin  Jean, IT Consultant Open Source / Open Data

    Benjamin Jean

    IT Consultant Open Source / Open Data

  • Magalie Chaumeil, Executive assistant

    Magalie Chaumeil

    Executive assistant

  • Trainees


Current Functions

  • Director of Inno³
  • PhD student on the subject: “collaborative system”
  • Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris
  • Lecturer at the Vincennes-Denis University (Laboratory of Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Technologies, Information and Communication Sciences)
  • Lecturer at ENSEIRB-MATMECA (Ecole Polytechnique of Bordeaux)


  • Master Degree in Immaterial Creation under the direction of Professor Michel Vivant at the University of Montpellier (2006)
  • Master in Business Law – specialization in industrial property at the University of Grenoble (2005)


  • Director of the CJOS (Open Source Law Center) of LINAGORA (2010-2011)
  • Chief legal officer and Data-Protection correspondent of the LINAGORA Group’s companies (2007-2011)
  • IP project leader at the Regulation Chair, Sciences Po Paris (2009-2010)
  • Legal counsel in the Partnership and Valorization Department of the CNRS (National Scientific Research Council) of Montpellier (2006)

Benjamin Jean also gives classes and conferences on the issues surrounding Open Source, Open Data and the interoperability of software.


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Professional associations

  • Member of the AFPIDA (French Association for the International Protection of Author’s Rights)
  • Member of the PLOSS (Business Network on the Open Source in the Ile-de-France region) (via Inno³)
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