I am an associate in our tech & comms team in Paris where I assist and advise our French and international clients on telecoms regulatory matters. I also represent them before civil and administrative courts, and in their dealings with various national regulatory authorities.

As an attorney, I have always liked branching out into various areas of law, and our telecoms practice is actually all about that! As part of the commercial IT team, I bring my expertise in public law and private law alike to our public sector and private sector clients, with a focus on telecoms and new technology matters.

Since joining Bird & Bird, I have particularly enjoyed working in an internationally-oriented and very friendly work environment where we are able to offer solutions to our clients across various jurisdictions.

Before joining the telecoms team here at Bird & Bird, I gained valuable experience in public law, with a focus on transport infrastructure and networks, while working at a boutique law firm dedicated to public projects.

I have been running a workshop on negotiation with law students at my Alma mater, Lumière Lyon II University, for the past three years. I also had the opportunity to teach French as a teaching assistant as part of an exchange program between Lyon II and the University of Virginia (UVA), in Charlottesville, for a year.

  • Advising a consortium on regulatory and contractual matters in the telecoms industry in the context of the acquisition of a minority share of a telecoms operator's FTTH network
  • Conducting a study involving open data issues arising in the context of access to the connected vehicle data
  • Advising international clients in respect to the provision of video relay services to the deaf and the hard of hearing
  • Advising international clients on various issues arising from the updated framework governing the assignment and use of numbering resources
  • Advising French clients on the provision of electronic registered delivery services
  • Representing a phone manufacturer in a dispute against the ANFR (Agence Nationale des Fréquences)
  • Representing telecoms operators in disputes on transmitting antenna before various French administrative courts
  • Representing an MVNO in a commercial dispute against an MNO
  • University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master's Degree in Public Business Law
  • New York University School of Law, LL.M.
  • University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master's Degree in English and North-American Business Law
  • University Lumière Lyon II, Master's Degree in English Literature and Civilisation
  • Paris in 2016
  • New York in 2013