An international track record filling a gap in the Franco-German market for legal professionals 

After four years of law studies in France, I completed my studies abroad at the University of Aberdeen (Scotland), the Goethe University in Frankfurt (Germany) and Columbia Law School in New York (USA). 


After passing the bar exam in France and being admitted to the Frankfurt Bar, I started practicing law in Frankfurt in an American law firm before going to a medium-sized German law firm. 

A few years later, aware of the lack of offers for French individuals and SMEs needing a French-speaking advisor for German law issues (and vice-versa), I decided to open my own law firm in Frankfurt.

I am qualified both in Germany (Rechtsanwältin) and in France (Avocat au Barreau de Lille) and am therefore able to advise on both German and French law and to represent clients before German and French courts.