Time Off section, which we created in order to share with you our favorite cultural works with an underlying theme related to law and justice

Welcome to our Time Off section, which we created in order to share with you our favorite cultural works with an underlying theme related to law and justice! Books, theatre, films, exhibitions, and other areas where our legal profession comes into play and resonates with society and philosophy.

You will also find a series of short movies made in collaboration with Artora. Three minute videos to take you where art and the law engage in a dialogue

We hope our new section will inspire interest and debate!

At Théâtre de la Michodière – Paris 2e Some of our teams recently attended this show, which looks at four emblematic cases of the 20th century through the prism of pleadings delivered by leading lawyers: – Maître Jakubowicz on the trial of Klaus ... read more
Every detective in the CID is haunted by a crime he or she can’t solve. For Yohan, it’s Clara’s murder. Interrogations follow one another, suspects abound, and Yohan’s doubts continue to grow. Only one thing is certain: the crime ... read more
The Farel family is a power couple: Jean is a renowned journalist and Claire is an intellectual known for her feminist commitment. Their son, Alexandre, seems destined for an equally prestigious future, until the day an accusation of rape upsets this ... read more
Since 2014, Restorative Justice in France has offered victims and offenders the chance to talk in secure settings, supervised by professionals and volunteers. Jeanne Herry’s film relates the journeys and encounters of Nassim, Issa, and Thomas, ... read more
“Le Coupable” is an original podcast from journalist Noémie Schulz that immerses us in the heart of the Nordahl Lelandais case through the eyes of his lawyer, Maitre Alain Jakubowicz. Why do we like it? Initially convinced of Nordahl ... read more
Based on a true story, the film « Toi non plus tu n’as rien vu », released in March 2023, tackles the subject of the judicialization of pregnancy denial in French criminal law. The film tells the story of a woman accused of attempted homicide of her ... read more
A five-minute video recounting the passionate, never-ending copyright debate surrounding Ravel’s Boléro, a world-famous work at the heart of numerous legal battles.
“It is not good that women practice law, because it devalues the seriousness of the profession“. Lidia Rules is a six-episode Italian series on Netflix that falls somewhere between historical drama and the crime genre. The series, set in the ... read more
“Why wasn’t I born under the same star?” sings the group IAM. A question that perfectly illustrates this essay, very nicely written by Basile de Bure, a journalist from the inner city, who for several years has led media education courses ... read more
Jean-Yves Moyart, a criminal lawyer from Lille, became famous under the pseudonym of Maître Mô through the pages of his blog in which he shared extraordinary stories drawn from the practice of his profession. This lover of words relates in a book entitled ... read more
MSI Global Alliance, a worldwide network represented in 84 countries with 200 independent law firms, accountants, and tax advisers.
Réseau Entreprendre Paris gathers 250 CEOs who help and coach entrepreneurs during their company creation or purchase.

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