Specialist | Dispute Resolution
A French national, Anne-Claire started her career practicing litigation and international dispute resolution in a Parisian boutique law firm. There, she represented States, companies and individuals before courts and international tribunals. In 2014, Anne-Claire moved to the United States to study at Georgetown University Law Center where she focused on international human rights. After graduating with an LL.M and successfully taking the New York bar exam, Anne-Claire worked as a Legal Fellow at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, focusing primarily on impact litigation cases before regional human rights mechanisms. She joined CAO in 2016. In addition to her LL.M, Anne-Claire holds a Maitrise (J.D. equivalent) from the University of Paris-Sud XI and a degree in Management from leading French business school, HEC.