BIGNON LEBRAY moves offices
BIGNON LEBRAY has moved to the “Tocqueville” building at 75, rue de Tocqueville, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. The firm is one of the first Parisian law firms to establish its base in the emerging neighbourhood of Clichy-Batignolles, close to the new Palais de Justice de Paris, which will open in a few months. BIGNON LEBRAY has taken this opportunity to modernise its image by adopting a new logo and new visual identity.
Moving to this new, rapidly developing-neighbourhood represents a new era for BIGNON LEBRAY. After 22 years at 14 rue Pergolèse in the 16th arrondissement, its offices were no longer suited to the firm’s ambitious development goals.
BIGNON LEBRAY has always been committed to providing a high-standard working environment and client facilities and so was naturally attracted to the innovative design of the building and prime location in the city’s most recent new hub for the services sector.
The Tocqueville complex has been certified as a sustainable and green energy efficient building. It offers modular meeting rooms, outdoor seating areas, an inner courtyard and exceptional views of Paris, all of which combine to create a positive working environment.
The firm currently employs 100 members of staff, including 25 partners, across its Paris, Lille, Lyon, Aix-Marseille, Shanghai and Beijing offices, and is planning to focus on international expansion in the coming years.
“We would like to provide our teams, our clients and our partners with opportunities to grow as our firm enters an exciting new chapter in its development. We also believe that the Paris legal scene will, in the medium term, migrate to the modern urban neighbourhood of Clichy-Batignolles, which benefits from an attractive mix of attributes”, said Jacques Goyet, partner and chairman of the firm’s managing committee.