Roselyn, founder of RoselynSandsLaw, has been providing her clients expert exceptional legal advice and assistance for over 30 years.
Roselyn S. Sands is an attorney at law admitted and licensed to practice law in France and the Unites States (Florida, New York, California).
Starting in 1983, Roselyn practiced law in the United States with Holland & Knight (in Miami) and Proskauer (New York & San Francisco) where her practice focused on International commercial and employment litigation and arbitration.
In 1995, Roselyn moved to Paris and in 2000, she was admitted to the French Bar. She practiced law at Proskauer in Paris before joining Ernst & Young (EY) Paris to build its international labor & employment law practice. As its global labor & employment law leader, she created one of the strongest worldwide networks of labor & employment lawyers covering over 50 countries around the world.
In 2018, Roselyn became the EY Global labor & employment law markets leader focusing her attention exclusively on client relationships.
While she continues to build lasting client relationships at EYLaw, Roselyn’s signature personalized way of handling client matters will be the hallmark of her firm, RoselynSandsLaw, permitting her to return to personal care of the legal & HR needs of her clients.
With RoselynSandsLaw, clients feel comfortable and confident knowing that their matter is in the best hands. Get in touch with us today – we look forward to working together.
Community service is fundamental to Roselyn’s doing well by doing good approach to life and work.
A dedicated member of the legal community since 1984, Roselyn Sands is an active member of the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association, xbhr – a think tank for HR Legal, the American Employment Lawyers Council, the European Employment Lawyers Association, & Avosial the French employment lawyers association. She is a frequent speaker at these conferences and gives generously of her time in publishing articles for the legal community.
Roselyn also teaches at the University of Paris School of Law in its human rights and its international human resources masters programs.
University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctorate Law Cum laude, 1980 – 1983
University of Paris School of Law, Master of Laws, French Labor & Employment Law, 1997 – 1998
University of Florida, Bachelor of Science, Finance & Cultural Anthropology, High honors, 1975 – 1978
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