It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Dorine Nauleau. Dorine is a French lawyer. She is currently studying at the University of La Sorbonne in Paris to become qualified. Dorine holds a master’s degree in International and European law from the Catholic University of Lille (with honours) and an Advanced LL.M. in Public International Law from the University of Leiden (cum laude). She wrote her LL.M. thesis on the selection and election of judges before international courts. Her main argument was that the current selection and election processes of international judges do not uphold the impartiality and legitimacy of international Benches.
Previously, Dorine worked with Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice as a volunteer research assistant. She conducted extensive research on the adjudication of sexual and gender-based crimes before the ICC. She also worked with REDRESS and the Liechtenstein Delegation to the 2019 ASP as a legal intern.