Lorraine is a French educated lawyer specialized in international law and international dispute settlement.
She holds a master’s degree in international law from the University Aix-Marseille III and another master specialized in business law from the University of Strasburg. During her law studies, Lorraine joined some International Organizations for internships, she worked within the Office of the High Commissioner of the United Nation for Human Rights as a research assistant in international human rights law, also in the International Labor Organization and in the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Lorraine also developed several experiences in the private sector, as an IP lawyer in Novagraaf based in Geneva and in Berdou attorneys in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was also as an in-house legal manager in JTI in Geneva. Lorraine speaks French and English.
Private International Law
Public International Law
Intellectual Property Law