Graduate from the Universities of Montpellier, Constance (Germany) and Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, Blanche MAGARINOS-REY took the lawyer’s oath on 4 April 2006.
She holds a post-graduate diploma (DEA - ex-Master II Research) in Environmental Law, and a diploma of Advanced studies (DESS - ex-Master II Professional) in Urban Planning and Public works, from the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Through her experiences at the company EIFFAGE T.P. and at the Conseil d'Etat, she became familiar with both the business world and the judicial environment.
Thanks to her family background, she knows five different languages (French, English, Spanish, German and Portuguese).
In France, she intervenes before all Courts as long as the dispute enters the law firm's scope of expertise (environment, urbanism, human rights ...).
Abroad, her activity is more oriented towards consulting and public relations/lobbying with public institutions and private operators.
Myele Rouxel is a graduate from Sciences Po Paris’ Law School. She acquired an expertise in International Environmental Law and Climate Change Law as part of her L.L.M at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently a Student at the Professional Bar School of Paris.
Thanks to her professional experiences in renowned Parisian law firms specialised in Public, EU and Business Law, she has a very good command of litigation strategy, legal writing as well as risk management as part of her consulting activities.
She also has an extended knowledge of Consumption Law and Agriculture Law through research projects she carried out at Sciences Po Paris’ Law School’s Clinic. These research projects focused on how consumers are being informed about animal well-being through various food labels.
Thanks to her studies abroad (United Kingdom, United States, China), she has a very good command of English and Chinese.
She is currently in the final stage of her L.L.M’s dissertation on Paris Agreement’s application rules during the COP 24. These application rules have to do with the transparency of States' commitments and with measures follow-up.
Lucile de Marliave is a graduate from King’s College London and from the School of Oriental and African Studies. She specialised in Political Science with a strong emphasis on the Iran-Middle East area.
She became familiar with environmental issues in the Middle East through her major in Economics of Development at SOAS. She is particularly interested by water-related issues.
Thanks to her studies abroad (United Kingdom, Iran), she has a very good command of English and Farsi.
She did her Master’s degree’s final dissertation on Iran and Holy See’s diplomatic ties during the JCPOA negotiations.
She will be pleased to answer any questions you may have from Wednesday to Friday included.
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Essentially, we envision a world where the rule of Law, its institutions, its actors and its different legislations combine their efforts to protect Life, in all its forms.
In this ideal legal environment, human societies will be free and responsible and will have found harmony and balance with all living beings, thanks notably to an enhanced sensitivity for Beauty.
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