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CORNELL LAW SCHOOL – ITHACA, NY New-York Bar Examination, July 2005, Admitted on May 24th LL.M., May 2005 Selected Course Work: Evidence, Patent Law, Constitutional Law, Copyright, Cyberspace Law, First Amendment theory.
UNIVERSITE DE PARIS X – NANTERRE – PARIS, FRANCE D.E.S.S. Droit Public des Nouvelles Technologies (Post-Graduate Selective degree – ICT Law), received June 2004, with honors. Selected Course Work: Intellectual Property Law, CyberCrime Law, Networks Law.
UNIVERSITE DE PARIS X – NANTERRE – PARIS, FRANCE Licence de Langue et Civilisation Anglaise (B.A. in English Literature, Language and Civilization), received June 2003, with honors. Selected Course Work: US Movies & Ideologies, UK Labor Relations, US Modern Short-Story
GIDE LOYRETTE NOUEL – Paris, France – March-July 2006 – Internship Drafted legal briefs (software copyright infringement) and software licensing / maintenance contracts, participated in pre-trial discovery process, prepared slideshow conferences on Digital Signature & Outsourcing process, performed legal researches, drafted a memo on online gambling in Europe, translated documents (English/French)
HERBERT SMITH LLP – Paris, France – October-December 2005 – Internship Drafted a copyright licensing settlement agreement, and legal briefs on counterfeiting items, performed legal researches, assisted associates in different steps of the judicial procedure, translated documents (English/French)
MINISTERE DE L'INTERIEUR – (Ministry of the Interior, Central CyberCrime Office) – Paris, France Spring 2004 – Internship Performed a daily legal/ICT news watch, drafted memoranda on European directives and French laws, trained police officers in ITC law and issues of Criminal Procedure / Seizure of Digital Evidence.
MAITRE ROGER HENNUYER – Avocat près le Conseil d'État et la Cour de Cassation – Paris, France (Attorney representing clients in the French Supreme Courts). Summer 2001 – Internship Drafted predictive memoranda, led preliminary inquiries with clients, performed legal research.
2005:Webmaster and designer of the LL.M. Website and the Cornell Law Students Association (CLSA) website ; CLSA – LL.M. Representative ; Editor-in-Chief of the LL.M. Yearbook ; Production Designer of the Cornell Law Tower ; Staff Editor for Juris Diction ; member of Cornell Intellectual Properties Student Association ; Cornell Law Annual Fund Co-chair ; LL.M. Bar/Bri Representative.
2004: Secretary General of the DESS Association, co-Webmaster of www.e-Juristes.org