Benefitting from dual training in English and French law, Salomé Amati’s practice focuses on white-collar crime, and corruption in particular. She handles both national and cross-border disputes. Salomé represents companies and individuals in complex litigation and investigations at all stages of the proceedings, including investigations launched by multilateral development banks and national authorities.
Salomé has also developed expertise in conducting internal investigations and compliance audits in various business sectors and areas, such as combatting corruption and corporate liability in human rights matters.
- Represented a large French industrial group during investigations by the World Bank, the African Development Bank and the European Investment Bank in connection with suspected corruption and collusion in West Africa, East Africa and South-East Asia.
- Represented an industrial consortium in connection with a World Bank investigation.
- Successfully defended against a request to extradite a former Senator from France to Tunisia.
- Represented an industrial group in a judicial investigation of financing a terrorist undertaking and complicity in crimes against humanity
- Represented an industrial group during a judicial inquiry on unlawful agreements and favoritism in public procurement.
Masters 2, International Economic Law, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2015
Double degree in English and French law: Undergraduate degree and Master 1 in Law, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne – Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), King’s College London (2014).
French / English / Italian / Spanish
ANTONIN LÉVY & ASSOCIÉS A.A.R.P.I.
Avocats à la Cour
15, rue de Marignan
Antonin Lévy & Associés hosts several trainees throughout the year, mainly for six-month periods. Traineeships are the main way we recruit future associates.
In addition to university training, the firm favors backgrounds that demonstrate team play, conscientiousness and strong professional dedication. Excellent spoken and written English are indispensable.