Attorney at law
Rachel-Flore Pardo joined OPLUS after an experience in the 31st correctional chamber of the Paris Court specialised in social and economic offenses, and one year spent in the ministerial cabinets of Jacques Mézard and Julien Denormandie at the Ministry of Cohesion of the Territories and Relations with Local Authorities. Between 2015 and 2016, she was a member of the management committee of the French jeweller Mauboussin. She thus took part in the day-to-day management of the company and acquired a real knowledge of the business world.
Rachel-Flore intervenes in major criminal and white-collar crime cases, advising both plaintiffs and defendants, as well as in business litigations.
Rachel-Flore has now became an expert in cybercrime matters, and especially sexual and sexist cybercrimes such as “revenge porn” and cyberbullying. She notably co-founded the NGO “Stop Fisha” whose purpose is to fight against sexist and sexual cybercrimes. She frequently intervenes in the press as an expert to explain and comment major cybercrime cases.
Columbia University, Sciences Po and the Sorbonne, Master 2 Global business law and governance
Le Monde – « Harcèlement sexuel : avec le confinement, le retour en force des comptes « fisha » sur les réseaux sociaux »
Libération – « Revenge porn : durant le confinement, le cyberharcèlement se répand »
VICE – « Quand le revenge porn s’adapte au confinement »