The CCLS Welcomes its New Research Associate

The Center of Civil Law Studies is welcoming its new Research Associate, Gaëlle Forget who is filling the position left vacated by Alexandru Daniel-On.

Gaëlle Forget is not new to the Law Center. She was an exchange student from Lyon during the year 2011 – 2012 and then integrated the LL.M. program for the year 2012 – 2013. We are proud to count her as the new team member of the CCLS for the year 2014 – 2015.

Gaelle Forget received her degree of LL.B from the Jean Moulin University in Lyon, France in 2011. She holds a LL.M. in Business Law (Jean Moulin Lyon III University, 2012), a LLM in comparative law (Louisiana State University, 2013) and a LL.M. in International Trade Law (Paris X Nanterre University, 2014). Her interests are focused on international law, business law and immigration law. She is planning on taking the New York Bar in February 2015. Gaëlle Forget is also an Assistant Managing Editor of the Journal of Civil Law Studies.

Gaëlle Forget

Ms. Forget during her time as an exchange student, at the Louisiana Supreme Court in the rare books collection room.

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