Mrs Fanny VIAL was trained in the prestigious law offices of Mr. Éric Dupond-Moretti, Mr. Thierry Lévy and Mr. Patrick Maisonneuve.
Her professional training was also marked by a training within the Paris Research Section’s investigation group, then within the Paris Court of Appeal’s Attorney Office, and within the Criminal Division of the French judicial Supreme Court
Coworker in a Parisian law office for more than two years, she has been developing her knowledge in criminal business law and in general criminal law, notably for institutions such as the City of Paris, the French Deposits and Consignments Fund, and the State judicial representative .
Mrs Fanny VIAL is former Secretary of the Paris Bar Conference, a prestigious competition distinguishing each year the twelve best speakers at the Paris Bar.
With this experiences, she created the Fanny VIAL Law Office with the ambition to assist as much institutions as private individuals, and that, at each stage of the proceedings before French and foreign courts.
As such, the Law Office is directly linked with Partners established in France and abroad.
The Fanny VIAL Law Office was involved in many mediatic cases such as the “Victor Hugo Avenue Diamond Theft”, “The AFO Group”, “The Bataclan”, “the Voltigeurs Gang”.
Mrs VIAL assures clients, as much institutional as private, commitment and discretion.
Legal fees are established according to the resources, the complexity of the case and the amount of time that was spent on it.
Although a lump sum payment is often practiced, it may also be agreed on fee paid according to the time spent on the case, and sometimes, in agreement with the client, on a fee on results.
Having at heart the fight against inequalities, the Law Office may accept, in certain cases and after the study of each case, the defense of those who may benefit from legal aid, in particular through the files submitted by the association ATD Quart Monde.
In every case, the setting of fees is transparent, and a quote is made upstream, at the first appointment.
Phone : 01 77 37 89 02
FAX : 01 86 95 79 57
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The secretary is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 8 pm.
Consultations are only possible by appointment.
Prison visits are made from Monday to Saturday.
160, rue du Temple – 75003 Paris, au 2nd floor (no entry code)
MÉTRO : Temple station (line 3) or République (lines 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11)
Private car parks are also accessible Place de la République.