The career of a lawyer with a passion for criminal law and defence
Laura Izemmour has always been attracted to the worlds of employment law and criminal law, and has provided enriching experience in these fields. Originally from Touraine, she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Private Law and her Master 1 in Judicial Career in Tours, then a Master 2 in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences in Poitiers, she then joined the ECOA, the Poitiers Law School. In parallel with her studies and her preparation for the bar exam, her passion for the profession did not leave her: for almost two years, she was a judicial assistant at the Public Prosecutor's Office of Tours. This experience is still extremely useful to him today in order to better understand the judicial procedures and anticipate the choices made by the Public Prosecutor's Office.
Guided by the desire to discover a world other than that of criminal law and to acquire new skills, the passionate lawyer completed a six-month internship at the Social Security. This experience allowed him to develop his knowledge of employment law and social security law, two areas that are not mastered by many lawyers. At the same time, she decided to do a new six-month internship in a Nantes law firm that allowed her to practice her two passions: criminal law and social law.
Eager to start distinguishing herself as a lawyer, Laura Izemmour was sworn in in December 2018 and began practicing in January 2019, as an associate in a law firm in Tours, where she was in charge of criminal law and employment law for more than three years. But when she returned from maternity leave, the firm was not up to the task and the lawyer decided to set up her own business for a year. It was a year in which his firm grew. This dynamic led her to found a lawyers' association (AARPI), in June 2023, with three colleagues renowned for their expertise: Romain PROFIT, Joana BENOIST and Caroline HOLLESTELLE.
A unique inter-bar association of lawyers (AARPI) in Tours whose influence extends throughout the country.
Laura Izemmour in her practice Laura Izemmour
The AARPI is an innovative form of structure that brings together the skills of several lawyers. The AARPI PROFIT IZEMMOUR BENOIST HOLLESTELLE is located in Tours and Paris, in order to be able to respond effectively to the needs of a clientele present throughout France.
More precisely, the objective of Maître Laura Izemmour and her associates in creating this AARPI, which is today the first interbar AARPI registered with the Bar of Tours, is to establish their reputation, particularly in criminal law, in Tours and throughout the country.
On a day-to-day basis, Laura IZEMMOUR intervenes on all criminal law cases with professionalism and expertise. From a small correctional file to a large criminal file, from police custody to trial before the Criminal Court or the Assize Court. But, if criminal law remains her specialty, Laura Izemmour also practices in labor law, in particular in the context of dismissals, contractual terminations, salary issues, both with individuals and professionals. From time to time, she is also called upon for her skills in family law, to intervene in the resolution of family disputes, divorces or separations, and child custody.
A modern approach, to team up with the customer
If there is one thing that characterizes Laura Izemmour's approach, it is the team spirit that she systematically builds with her clients: she does the law, they have the facts. For her part, she will invest all her skills and energy to obtain the most satisfactory result, but it will be even more so if the client invests himself completely. According to her, this collaboration is the key to success.
Maître Laura Izemmour is keen to build a relationship of trust and proximity with her clients, in order to compose a solid and qualitative defence. Faced with clients who are increasingly looking for responsiveness from their lawyer, she knows how to make herself fully available and present, even in matters of emergency criminal law.