Enjoys designing and managing internal renovations; she cultivates the English style tea culture.

Lawyer at the Paris Bar (2005), Sarah-Jane Mirou is Partner – Labour Law practice since 2013.

Sarah-Jane Mirou assists in all labour law issues (individual and collective work relationships) both in counselling and litigation.
She has developed specific experIENCE with respect to company restructurings, including in connection with insolvency procedures and/or judicial liquidations and with respect to working time and collective negotiations.

Before joining Latournerie Wolfrom Avocats, Sarah-Jane practiced in the law firm Flichy Grangé Avocats and in the Paris office of the American law firm Morgan Lewis Bockius 




• Management of the contractual relationships (negotiation of employment agreements, financial packages, international mobility)
• Negotiation or harmonisation of the collective status (work duration, salary, incentives, profit sharing, shareholdings, shareholding plans, gender equality, arduousness, etc.)
• Implementation and monitoring of staff representative bodies (election, information-consultation, protective status)
• Preparation and implementation of restructurings (Employment Safeguard Plans (PSE), Conventional Collective Terminations (RCC), Plans for Developing the Skills (PDC), Voluntary Departure Plans (PDV), Projected Management of the Employment and Skills (GPEC)
• Additional compensations (incentives, profit sharing, shareholding plans)
• Management of conflict situations and termination of employment agreements
• Unlocking of crisis situations (trade union claims, strikes)
• Definition and implementation of professional risk prevention actions (unique document for assessing professional risks (DUER), internal regulations, sanitary protocols, harassment prevention, and management of the psycho-social risks)
• Definition and implementation of the rules for using information technologies
• Definition and implementation of the supervision and monitoring regulations for the work of the employees
• Advice with respect to data processing and the uplifting to standards to comply with the French general data protection regulations (RGPD)
• Management of disputes before the civil, labour and administrative jurisdictions.


• LLM at the University of Reading (GB)
• Postgraduate degree (DESS) in European Business Law (University Paris V-Descartes)
• Master’s degree in Business Law and Diploma of In-depth legal studies in English law (Diplôme d’Etudes Juridiques Approfondies en droit anglais “DÉJÀ”) (University Paris X – Nanterre)


• French
• English (bilingual)


• Member of Avosial
• Member of the FEPEM


• Supervision and cyber-monitoring of the employees, Dii training institute
• Criminal liability of the senior manager and delegation of powers, Middlenext


• Représentation des travailleurs indépendants de plateformes, Chef d’entreprise (juin 2021)
• Un accompagnement sur-mesure des entreprises en temps de crise, MEDEF Paris (mai 2021)
• Conférence LWA Décryptages « Délégation de pouvoirs : comment organiser et sécuriser les pratiques de l’entreprise ? » (avril 2021)
• La négociation collective dans l’intérêt de tous !, ANDRH (mars 2021)
• La négociation collective, Liaisons Sociales (janvier 2021)
• International Comparative Legal Guide: Employment & Labour Law (since 2013)
• Le télétravail au cœur de la pandémie : Yearbook 2020 (janvier 2022)
• Interview « Le transfert des salariés dans la semaine du transport routier de voyageurs » (mars 2022
• Focus sur les mutations du monde-ANDRH (mars 2022)
• Interview sur la négociation collective dans le supplément du magazine Liaisons Sociales ‘Le Meilleur du Droit Social 2022’. (Janvier 2022)