Adèle graduated from Toulouse 1 University Capitole with a degree in French and English Law; she also completed a year abroad at Sheffield Hallam University. She also holds master’s degrees in General International Law from the Pantheon-Sorbonne University; European Union and World Trade Organisation Law from the University of Rennes 1 and an LLM in International Trade and Foreign Investments Law from the University of Ottawa.
Since joining PGMBM in 2018, Adèle has spent two months in Brazil working on the Samarco case. This involved travelling throughout Brazil and meeting with local victims and indigenous tribes affected by the 2015 Fundão Dam disaster.
Adèle has always been interested in International Law and Human Rights. She has a long-standing involvement in supporting at-risk children in Europe and West Africa. In 2015, she volunteered at the minor’s detention centre in Lomé, Togo where she offered mental and legal support, working closely with the Togolese Ministry of Justice to improve rehabilitation programs and prison conditions.