As a tri-national Swiss, American and French citizen, I have always been attracted to and immrsed in a multicultural and international environment.

After studying at the International School of Geneva, I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Swiss law at the University of Geneva. I then went on to pursue a Master’s degree in international economic law, in the course of which I studied for a year at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, as part of the Erasmus program. Studying abroad was truly a remarkable and positive experience for me and was an environment in which I felt extremely comfortable.

In pursuance of this, upon completion of my Master’s degree, I was given the opportunity to work for an international law firm in Geneva, in the field of international arbitration and Swiss law.

Thanks to the indispensible support of the Zdenek and Michaela Bakala foundation, I am now able to pursue and perfect my education in the field of economic international law and US law by attending the International LLM program at the prestigious Georgetown University in Washington D.C.