About me

I am currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS), National University of Singapore. 
Prior to joining NUS, I was a  Post-Doctoral Visiting Researcher at the Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP), Harvard Law School.
My academic background is in Law, Political Sciences, and Oriental Languages & Civilizations  (Sorbonne, Sciences-Po and Inalco, all in Paris, France). In 2017, I have completed my PhD Thesis on “Thai Constitutionalism and Legal Transplants : a Study of Kingship” before joining the Chair of Comparative Constitutionalism (held by Prof. Dr. Ran Hirschl) at the University of Göttingen, Germany. 
Before my postdoc, I have held research and teaching positions at Sciences-Po in Paris and the University of Thammasat in Bangkok.  
Parallel to my academic career, I have also been involved in advocacy work in the field of Human Rights.
I am also an Associate Faculty with the Centre for International Research @ Sciences Po Paris, the Institute of Oriental Asia @ ENS Lyon & the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia @ MAE Bangkok (all three under the French National Center for Scientific Research, CNRS).
My current working languages are French, English, German and Thai.