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     Date Submitted:22-12-2011
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     Current job:Space law intern
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     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywordsspace law, international and european law
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    Née le 29 avril 1988 à Paris - Nationalité française

     

    DOUBLE CURSUS

    Juriste en Droit international et communautaire, Droit spatial

    Traductrice juridique et économique en français, anglais et italien

     

     

     

     

    DIPLOMES ET FORMATION

     

    2010/2011       Master 2 Droit des Politiques Européennes, avec mention

                                Faculté de Droit et de Sciences Politiques, Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III.

     

    2009/2010        Master 1 Droit International et Communautaire, avec mention

                                Faculté de Droit Jean Monnet, Université Paris-Sud XI, Sceaux

    2006/2010        Diplôme de Juriste-Linguiste, avecmention

                                Formation en 4 ans à l’Institut Supérieur d’Interprétation et de Traduction (ISIT), Paris.

                                            

    2009                   CambridgeCertificate of Proficiency in English (CPE-C2)

    CambridgeInternational Legal English Certificate (ILEC-C1), avec mention

    Diploma in Business English (C1),Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

     

    2008/2009        Licence de droit -Echanges ERASMUS de 9 mois en Angleterre(3eme année de licence)

                                School of Law, University of Exeter / Faculté de Droit Jean Monnet, Université Paris-Sud XI.

                               

     

    EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONNELLE ET STAGES

     

    Décembre 2011 à janvier 2012- CDD         

                                Traductrice pour le European Legal Studies Institute - Universität Osnabrück, Allemagne

                                Projet DCFRfinancé par la Commission européenne :traduction d’une partie de l’avant projet du futur Code européen des contrats « Principles, Definitions and Model Rules of European Private Law ».

     

    Octobre 2011 à mars 2012- Stage long      

                                Stagiaire au CNES -Agence spatiale française - Service des Affaires juridiques,Paris

    Rédaction de notes juridiques (en droit communautaire, droit administratif, droit spatial, droit des sociétés, contrôle des exportations, droit de la propriété intellectuelle) ; Rédaction, traduction et relecture d’Accords de coopération, Arrangements de mise en œuvre, Accords de confidentialité, documents internes etc.) ; Travaux de recherche, de rédaction et de synthèse, veille juridique (suivi de la réforme de la règlementation US du contrôle des exportations).

                                           

    Fin août à mi septembre 2011 - Cours d’été                              

                                ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, Team Project sur les débris spatiaux -Rijeka, Croatie

     

    Mars à juillet 2011 - Stage de fin d'études

    Stagiaire « Blue Book » à la Commission Européenne, DG Entreprise et Industrie,

    Unité Politique Spatiale et Coordination, Bruxelles.

    Etude comparative des législations spatiales dans l’UE concernant leur politique de données ; Suivi des dossiers en cours (SSA, politique industrielle, exploration spatiale, coopération internationale) ; Communication interne et externe (organisation de réunions, des portes ouvertes, participation à la Space Press Review de la DG) ; Traduction et rédaction institutionnelles (comptes-rendus de réunions, notes, discours, présentations etc.).

     

    Mai à juin 2010 - Stage de Master 1                             

    Stagiaire auMinistère de l’Intérieur, Direction Générale de la Police Nationale,

    Pôle Affaires internationales et européennes, Paris

    Traduction et relecture d’accords bilatéraux de sécurité intérieure ; soutien aux dossiers en cours.

     

    Depuis janvier 2010 - cours particuliers en anglais (environ 8h/sem.) CDI chez Acadomia.

     

    Juillet à août 2009 - Stage ISIT

                                Stagiaire chez Tradewords - agence de traduction :Traduction juridique et financièreanglais/français.

     

    Juin à octobre 2009 - CDD

    Research assistant auCentre for European Governance - University of Exeter, Angleterre

                                Projet PIREDEU financé par la Commission européenne : Analyse et codification de la presse internationale lors des élections européennes.

     

    INFORMATIONS GENERALES

     

    Informatique :                Maîtrise du Pack Office (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Outlook), logiciel de traduction WordFast, navigation Internet.

    Lectures :                       Courrier International, Le Monde, The New York Times, The Guardian, Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica, Spacepolicy, spacedaily.com, The Space Review,  Air et Cosmos.

    Conférences :               -4eme conférence sur la politique spatiale européenne, Parlement européen (8-9/11/11, Bruxelles),

    -Table ronde sur le nouveau règlement d’arbitrage de la CCI, (25/11/11, Paris).

    Séjours :                         4 mois en Italie (Accompagnatrice de randonnées équestres, Hotel Prategiano,en juillet et août 2007 et 2008), Erasmus  en Angleterre (2008/2009).

    Loisirs                            Equitation, danse, natation, plongée.

     

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