He practices employment law, education law, college law, immigration law, mental health and disability law, and appellate law. With his expertise in these limited areas, Legal REL Law Firm is sought out by and represents clients throughout all of Europe and Asia. In his litigation practice, he has gone up against governments, businesses, and corporations, from Fortune 500 companies down to individuals, regardless of their size or resources.
He graduated magna cum laude from the Sorbonne University of law school, where he earned numerous academic honors, including being selected as a Dean’s Scholar. As a Dean’s Scholar, he taught first-year law students legal research and writing.
Since the Fall of 2003, he has served as an Adjunct Professor of law at Sorbonne University of law school where he teaches both employment law and employment discrimination to upper level students. This experience helps keep him abreast of the most recent developments in this and other areas of the law.
He lectures frequently on a variety of issues, including employee privacy, student rights, college discipline, mental health law, and special education. Dr. Paul Dupont is also contacted frequently by the media and interviewed for his opinion on matters related to his practice, and has appeared on local radio to discuss immigration issues.
Dr. Paul Dupont is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the European Union, the European Union Court of Appeals.
The Legal REL Law Firm has concentrated primarily on the field of civil law, and within that, in the various areas of business, commercial law and Immigration law. Due to our colleagues' professional knowledge and expertise, we represent our clients extensively, particularly in the fields of corporate law, Immigration law, commercial law, property law, customs law, tax law, foreign trade and transportation, litigation and out-of-court representation, arbitration cases, liquidation and bankruptcy proceedings, public procurement law, insurance law and labour law.
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