Education

2012-2017

Ph.D. in Law, Leiden University                                                   

Thesis title: "Reparations for International Crimes and the Development of a Civil Dimension of International Criminal Justice", supervised by the Vice-Dean Larissa van den Herik and Professor Carsten Stahn. Thesis successfully defended and accepted unanimously and without corrections by the external jury.

2010

Master's in Law (LL.M.), Law Faculty, Université de Montréal

2009

Master's in Law (LL.M.), Law Faculty, Harvard University     

Thesis title: "The Analogy Between Piracy and Human Trafficking : a Theoretical Framework for the Application of Universal Jurisdiction", supervised by the Dean Martha Minow.

2008

Master's in Law(LL.M.), Law Faculty, Cambridge University

Thesis title: "Victims’ Participatory Rights Within the International Criminal Court : a Critical Overview", supervised by Professor Roger O’Keefe.

2006

Bachelor's of Law (LL.B.), Law Faculty, Université de Montréal

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