Elizabeth Graujeman





Before joining Watrelot & Associés in 2001, Elisabeth Graujeman was a partner at Fromont Briens & Associés.

Elisabeth Graujeman advises French and international companies on all issues relating to social law. She has been practicing for more than two decades with a focus on complex reorganizations such as plant closures, mergers and acquisitions and litigations against unions and works councils.

She has also been recognized for many years for her niche expertise on supplementary retirement schemes and welfare schemes.

Elisabeth Graujeman was once again  acknowledged among key practitioners in French employment law by the latest edition of The Legal 500 EMEA 2019.

Her expertise was acknowledged by the lastest edition of Best Lawyers and The Legal 500 EMEA recommends her in its 2020 edition.

Elisabeth Graujeman was ranked among the best French lawyers specializing in human resources by Chambers Europe ranking for 2020 and 2021. The guide underlines that she “offers particular expertise on restructuring mandates involving mass redundancies. She is also noted for her work in pensions and benefits matters” . In 2021, the guide mentions that she “acts for an impressive roster of leading domestic clients. She handles the negotiation of collective agreements, disputes and crisis management matters. She additionally stands out for her specialist knowledge of pensions and social security issues.”




Post-graduate degree in Law and Practice of Employment Relations (DESS Droit et Pratique des Relations de Travail) – University of Montpellier I (1993)

University degree in Comparative European and International Social Law (DU Droit Social Européen et International Comparé) – University of Montpellier I (1993)

Master’s degree in European Private Law (Maîtrise Droit Privé Européen) – University of Montpellier I (1992)


International Bar Association (IBA), AvoSial


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Conférence | Paris | 14 mai 2011