I am a Ph.D. researcher in the Department of Law at the EUI. Supervised by Urška Šadl, my thesis investigates the influence of gender in the reasoning of the Court of justice of the European union. It notably explores the use of gender stereotypes by the Court in order to unveil its vision of gender equality, by following a bottom-up and empirical methodology.
I hold a BA and a MA in Laws from University Paris XII and Maastricht University, and a LLM in European Law from the College of Europe in Bruges (summa cum laude).
During and after my studies, I interned at the Court of justice of the European Union in the cabinet of Judge Jürimäe, at the legal service of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and at the legal service of the French General Secretariat for European Affairs. I also acted as a rapporteur at the French Court of Asylum.