Clemence de Marasse-Enouf

Clémence de Marassé-Enouf


Clémence advises clients on various aspects of French and European intellectual property law. 

She has a particular interest and experience in pre-litigation and litigation matters, where she assists clients from the pharmaceutical and technology sectors in defending and enforcing their intellectual property rights before French courts.

Prior to joining the Paris office, Clémence gained experience in intellectual property litigation through several internships at international law firms and at the Paris First Instance Court's intellectual property Chamber.


Pro bono

Clémence advises and assists foreign families in their applications for family reunification before French embassies abroad, in collaboration with the organization SafePassage.

Published Work

  • Marie-Sophie Bergazov, Clémence de Marassé-Enouf, 2019, "Appréciation de la distinctivité d’une marque à mot-dièse : prise en considération des modes d’usage plausibles du signe", Lexbase Affaires, N°0588BYG
  • Yann Basire, Marie-Sophie Bergazov, Clémence de Marassé-Enouf, Chloé Piedoie, Maëlle Sengel, 2023, "Panorama – Droit des marques – Oct. 2022-Oct. 2023", Légipresse, N° 408 (Once a year since 2019)

Leadership Positions And Professional Affiliations

Editor-in-chief, Revue Francophone de la Propriété Intellectuelle (RFPI)



Avocat, Paris Bar, 2023


Bar Training School (EFB), Paris, 2022

Advanced Master 2 in International Business Law and Management (MS DAIM) ESSEC Business School, Paris 2020

Master 2 in Intellectual Property Law, CEIPI - Center for International Intellectual Property Studies, Strasbourg 2019

University degree in Law and Digital Technologies, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, 2018

Bachelor and Master 1 in General Private Law, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, 2018


French, English
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