Frédérique joinded  Bignon Lebray in March 2024, serving as an associate within the Intellectual Property & New Technologies department.

Before joining Bignon Lebray, Frédérique spent four years at law firms in both France and the UK.

Frédérique provides counsel across the spectrum of digital law, including IT projects, internet issues, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, as well as data law covering both personal and non-personal data. Additionally, expertise is offered in intellectual property and laws pertaining to unfair competition.


  • French professional law diploma (CAPA) 
  • Master 2 European and International Intellectual Property Law – Centre for International Property Studies 
  • Master of Laws (LL.M.) in U.S. Legal Studies, Golden Gate University School of law, San Francisco 


  • English
  • French