Accustomed to structural conflicts of interest in his former professional environment, the founder chose a mode of activity (SELASU).
This allows the firm of lawyers to advise its clients with the greatest independence. By tradition and oath, the legal profession is liberal and independent. The independence of the Lawyers’ Society is material, moral and intellectual, and it is so for everyone.
This independence is above all a guarantee of efficiency and competence for the lawyers’ clients, it does not exclude the ability to work as a team with the various stakeholders who intervene with the client. It guarantees the quality of the service.