Emmanuel NOIROT - Partner
Admitted to the Bar since 2002 and founder of Calix, Emmanuel has a Master’s degree in Labour law (Droit et Pratique des Relations du Travail) from the Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) University and a Master’s degree in judicial studies (Carrières Judiciaires) from the Pantheon-Sorbonne (Paris I) University.
After several years practising law with the firm Allen & Overy in Paris and London, Emmanuel joined the firm Morgan Lewis in Paris, leading US labour and employment law firm. He then joined the Paris office of SCP Aguera & Associés as Of-Counsel. He cofounded a boutique employment law firm in 2008. Then in 2012 the Labour law department of cabinet DJP, where he was the correspondent for the international BDO network.
Emmanuel has developed a recognized expertise in labour and employment law for a corporate clientele. He also advises CEOs, members of management boards and senior executives.
Emmanuel has written numerous articles, practice and doctrine based, for specialised press (notably for Semaine sociale Lamy, Entreprise et Carrières, Editions Législatives).
He frequently takes part in conferences on labour and employment law and provides training for his clients. He is also involved in the Master’s Program II of Labour Law (Master II Droit et Pratique des Relations de Travail) through courses specifically on Disputes, Trade Union law and Professional Elections.
Emmanuel is a member of numerous professional associations dedicated to labour law practice. Emmanuel has been General Secretary (2007-2012) then President of the Rugby Club du Palais (2012-2016).
Emmanuel speaks English fluently.
François BARBE - Special Advisor
Lawyer specialized in Labour law since 1990, François Barbé holds a post-graduate degree in Private law (DEA). First of all, he was head of the legal department of a professional organization for a period of 5 years. This allowed him to acquire the necessary expertise in advice, training and negotiation. In particular, his direct involvement in inter-professional negotiations provided a very rich source of practical insights.
In 1995, François joined the labour and employment law service of Editions Lamy to write and develop the range of publications dedicated to staff representation. This is when he drafted the “Staff Representation” part of “Lamy social” and the “Lamy Comité d’entreprise”. Then he created “les Cahiers Lamy du CE”. The “Lamy Prud’hommes” was also entrusted to him.
François also headed up out numerous transversal editorial projects and actively contributed to the “Seminars and Training”.
He was then entrusted with the management of the “Editions sociales”.
His years spent at Editions Lamy allowed him to acquire a solid expertise in Collective Labour Law (labour relations, WC law/, trade union law). Since 2012, Francois has developed a practice to accompany executives when they take up office as president of an elected representative body and, more broadly/ support projects with companies.
At the same time, he teaches labour and employment law and specifically collective labour law at the University Paris V (Descartes) as well as at business schools (Institute de Gestion Sociale, groupe ESA). This year, he was in charge of the law on economic dismissals, the law on collective bargaining and labour relations.
François, who has also been auditor of l’Institut de Hautes Etudes de l’Entreprise (IHEE) and administrator of an occupational health centre, is the firm’s Special Advisor.
Attorney at law
Attorney at law
Charlotte PRUVOT - Attorney at law
Master I in Labour Law from Paris X Nanterre University and a Master II Labour Law from the University of Clermont-Ferrand. Charlotte joined Calix Avocats in October 2017 after having been trained with the firms Cabinets Barthélémy and Lusis. Before joining the Paris Bar, Charlotte had worked in the Social Affairs departments of several large French companies. Her practice now encompasses advice and litigation in the different facets of labour and employment law. Charlotte speaks English fluently.
Annabelle Lallement - Attorney at law
Annabelle has a Master I in Labour Law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University and a Master II in health law, foresight and social security law from the University of Paris-Descartes.
Annabelle joined Calix Avocats in April 2019 after having been trained by the law firm Cabinet August Debouzy.
Her practice now encompasses advice and litigation in the different facets of labour and employment law.
Annabelle speaks English and Spanish fluently.