“Working as a lawyer is, in my view, one of the most intellectually rewarding jobs on the planet. As the legal profession evolves, increased industry segmentation & specialization have led to a broad array of sub-specialties. I was well aware that becoming a lawyer would be an enormous undertaking in terms of time commitment, especially in the field of corporate law. However, lawyers are autonomous & have the ability to make their own hours, set their own fees, & choose their own clients & practice areas. I very much appreciate the fact that this job has inherent flexibility, allowing lawyers to attend to personal matters or spend a day away from the office if needed.”


University of Luxembourg: Certificate of complementary education in luxembourgish law, 2009

University Paul Cézanne, Aix-en-Provence: Master II Systèmes juridiques comparés, ordre mondial, 2006

De Montfort University, Leicester: Master's degree in Private Law, 2005

University of Savoie, Chambéry: Bachelor’s degree in Law, 2004

University of Savoie, Chambéry: D.E.U.G., Law, 2003


Corporate law
Corporate structure
Mergers & acquisitions
Private equity
Corporate finance