Unframed Talking: Ségolène Dugué, Managing Director at Cohen Amir-Aslani law firm
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the teams at Rennes School of Business have gone looking for some of the most ‘Unframed’ Alumni profiles to share in its new dedicated podcast series.
The new podcast “Unframed Talking” by Rennes School of Business features talks with a range of inspiring men and women who attended the School. These exceptional members of our Alumni talk about the challenges, successes and lessons learned in their careers so far, and the instances in which they thought, or acted, “outside the frame.”
In this episode of the podcast, we meet Ségolène Dugué, Managing Director at Cohen Amir-Aslani law firm.
Ségolène Dugué is the Managing Director of the law firm Cohen Amir-Aslani, specialising in international business law and litigation. Having graduated in the year 2000, she talks about the moments that marked her school career. “I didn’t follow a clear path; just like the school, which led me to think outside the box“
Ségolène proves that there is no perfect path to reach one’s dreams. She advises students to come to school with a project in mind, even if it is only a first draft, a dream, because the school will help them to shape this project and make it a reality. She also mentions the international identity of the School, which has been very important to her and which has played a major role in her studies, including a 6-month internship in Russia and an MBA in Canada. Ségolène is also very involved in women’s rights, she is part of the “Win” club which unites all the female Alumni as well as the Maison des Femmes in Paris.