Sandrine Egloff Family Law - Luxembourg

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MMS Avocats
14a, rue des Bains

Tel: +352 26 20 30 06
Fax: +352 26 20 30 07


Sandrine has a Masters in European Business Law (“Magistère Juriste d’Affaires Européen”) from the University of Nancy in France as well as having studied a year at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. Sandrine was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2011 and qualified as an “Avocat à la Cour” in 2014.

Prior to joining MMS, she gained a wide-range of legal experience having done several internships in law firms in both Guadeloupe and Luxembourg.

At MMS, Sandrine covers a wide-scope of cases, including dispute resolution, employment, criminal, civil, administrative and family law.

Sandrine speaks French, German and English, and is currently learning Luxembourgish.

MMS Avocats :

MMS Avocats is an independent Luxembourg law firm that has matured into an established key firm in Luxembourg since its foundation in 2010. We pride ourselves in combining the quality and expertise of the leading commercial law firms while delivering individually-tailored services adapted to the specific needs of our clients.

The firm is made up of a well-coordinated team of multi-lingual lawyers and jurists, with international backgrounds and broad legal experience in Luxembourg and wider Europe. MMS caters a full range of clients, from individuals to multinational companies, from start-up companies and private business persons to reputable stock corporations.

MMS’s formidable services have been recognized in the legal community, both recommended by the Legal 500 for M&A and Corporate law as well as having won the practice award for Best Corporate Law Firm of the Year from Global Law Experts in 2013.

‘Very pleasant to deal with’, MMS Avocats fields the popular Joram Moyal, who demonstrates ‘strong commitment and extensive industry knowledge’ and ‘gets the job done’, while Philipp Simon ‘is strong on strategy and negotiation’. The team often acts on €50m-plus deals.

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