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Christophe D. Fabre

Paris, France

About Christophe

Christophe gained his legal education at Panthéon-Assas University Paris II (Master judicial careers & criminal sciences), Lille II (Master in Criminal law), the Paris Bar School (Licence to practice law) & Berkeley (Master of laws), Paris X (International criminal justice program -current-).

In 2009, he used to clerk for Magistrates of the French Supreme Court, Criminal division. Christophe was sworn in as a Bar member in 2012.

Since then, he has been specializing in complex criminal law cases in France, representing both accused & victims in the fields of white-collar criminal law, cross-border litigation, contract law & Human Rights.

He is used to publishing articles in the Criminal law review (Francophone quarterly law review). In addition to his practice in litigation, Christophe is a lecturer in Constitutional law & Human Rights law at Sciences Po Paris.

He also teaches Business law at EM Lyon to the next generation of entrepreneurs. He is a former teaching assistant in private law at University.

Areas of Practice

  • Business Law
  • International Criminal Law
  • White Collar Crime