Energy, technology and media
Columbia Law School, 2013
Sciences Po Paris, 2013
Rice University, 2010
Moderator, YOUNG ITA GLOBAL FORUM, February 2022
Moderator, ENERGY TRANSITIONS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES: NEXT GENERATION OF CONTRACTS AND DISPUTES, ITA-IEL-ICC Joint Conference, January 2022
Presenter, KEEPING US COURTS OUT OF YOUR ARBITRATION, Mute Off, January 2022
Speaker, DISCOVERY IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS UNDER 28 USC 1782, American Bar Association, August 2021
Speaker, INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, July 2021
Chair, YOUNG ITA ANNUAL MEETING, June 2021
Speaker, TIPS FOR CONDUCTING VIRTUAL ARBITRATIONS, Association of Corporate Counsel, June 2021
Moderator, NETWORKING IN THE NEW NORMAL PRACTICE SESSIONS, Arbitral Women, February 2021
Speaker, NETWORKING IN THE NEW NORMAL, Arbitral Women, November 2020
Moderator, PROGRESSIVE IDEAS AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REFORMS, American Constitution Society, June 2020
Speaker, MAMMOTH ARBITRATION, HL Dialogues, February 2020
"Competence-Corrections: Fifth Circuit in the U.S. says arbitrators decide what 'correction' means," Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 29 July 2020.
"Life ‘afta NAFTA: USMCA Protects U.S. Investors in Mexican Energy Sector," Texas Lawyer, 11 December 2018 (co-authored).
"The parties hereby waive all recourse … but not that one," Dispute Resolution International, Vol. 12 Issue 2, October 2018.
A Comparative Approach to Understanding Developments in Privacy Rights in the European Court of Human Rights, Columbia Journal of European Law, Volume 19 Issue 2, Spring 2013.
Institute of Transnational Arbitration, Chair of Young ITA and Member of Executive Committee
President-Elect, Houston Bar Association Federal Practice Section
Member, French-American Chamber of Commerce
Member, ICC YAF
I am an American and French lawyer. Trained in New York and Paris, I now work in Houston with my firm's international arbitration group, focusing primarily on commercial and investment disputes in the energy and technology sectors.
My experiences working in the United States federal courts, within a United Nations agency, and in the Paris and Houston offices of my firm reflect my continuing interest in finding solutions to cross-border legal issues and have given me a unique perspective into the traditions of many jurisdictions. I maintain strong ties to both the US and Europe and am always eager to make new connections from any corner of the world.