Passionate about technology and innovation, Caroline ALET turned to the intellectual property sector and joined LAVOIX in 2020 as a student lawyer, before her oath-taking ceremony.
Practice areasPatent litigation
Trademark and Design prosecution
Trademark and Design litigation
Electronics, Electricity, Physics, Mechanics
- C.A.P.A. (Bar examination), 2020
- Master’s in Industrial Property, University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, 2016
- Master’s in Business Law, Drake Law School, Iowa, USA, 2015
Graduate of the Master 2 Industrial Property of the University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, Caroline performed several traineeships with French law firms specialized in intellectual property, as well as with industry-leading companies in the agri-food business and publishing. Caroline also completed an internship at the Paris Court of Appeal, with the judges specialized in intellectual property.
Her activity covers every area of intellectual property law, in both a contentious and advisory capacity, as well as unfair competition and contract drafting.
Caroline ALET works in close collaboration with the LAVOIX partners primarily on behalf of international clients from various industries.