I hold an LL.B in European and international law from the Catholic University of Lille (France) and a B.A. in applied languages specialised in English, German and Spanish from the University of Strasbourg (France).
I graduated my LL.M in European public comparative law in Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University (France). During the first year of my Masters, I beneficiated from an Erasmus-grant to spend a year as an exchange student at the Leibniz University of Hanover (Germany). I also did a 3-months research stay in Germany funded by the Franco-German Youth Office during the second year of my Masters as part of my master’s dissertation project.
I have various experiences in teaching, tutoring and mentoring. In 2016/2017, I worked as a French language assistant in a secondary school and as a DELF examiner (French language examination for non-natives) in Dublin (Ireland). Since the start of my Ph.D, I worked as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant for the Birmingham Project in June 2018 and June 2019. I also worked as an Access to Birmingham tutor in June-July 2019. Since September 2018, I am a peer-mentor for first year Ph.D students at Birmingham Law School and since October 2019 I am an Academic Skills Postgraduate Teaching Assistant in the UoB Main Library.
I have also gained further experience in research as I interned the French Senate as a research assistant for the Division for Comparative Legislation from September to December 2014. During my Ph.D, I was a research assistant for two months at UoB, working on a research project analysing the impacts of Brexit on Northern Ireland (February-March 2019).
Lastly, I have also some experience in legal advising as I interned a French law firm specialized in public law, mostly environmental law and immigration law, from April to September 2014.