UGGC Law Firm strengthens its competition law department with the appointment of Élodie Camous-Léonard as a senior associate from the French Competition Authority

Paris, January 4, 2021 – UGGC, an independent French law firm specialized in corporate law, strengthens the team of the competition law department with the appointment of Élodie Camous-Léonard as a senior associate.

Élodie is specialized in competition law (anti-competitive practices and merger control), as well as distribution and consumer law. She is particularly involved in regulated sectors such as health and audiovisual.

Before joining UGGC Law Firm, Élodie worked as a lawyer in a niche law firm specialized in economic law  for five years. Then, she worked as a legal advisor for four years in the Legal Department of the French Competition Authority (Autorité de la Concurrence).

Admitted to the Paris Bar (2012), she holds a Master II in European Business Law from the University of Paris-Dauphine (2008) and an LLM from the University of Sydney (2009)”.

Elodie Camous-Léonard, Senior Associate


  • competition law;
  • distribution & consumer law.

About UGGC Law Firm
Founded in 1993, UGGC is one of the very first independent business law firms in France. Active alongside private companies, public entities and individuals, it has a rich range of legal and tax services and a very large capacity for international intervention, whether through its offices or correspondents in Europe (Paris, Marseille and Brussels), Africa (Casablanca), Asia (Shanghai and Hong Kong), South America (Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte). Positioning itself as a “firm of Clients”, it bases its approach in particular on the ability of its departments to intervene transversally and to deploy, according to their needs, a complete range of expertise. UGGC is made up of more than 140 lawyers and jurists, including some thirty partners; it posted a turnover of approximately 32 million euros in 2019.