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”.
Since September 2017, I am a postdoctoral fellow with 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, and have been a visiting researcher at the National University of Singapore.
Parallel to my academic career, I have also been involved in advocacy work in the field of Human Rights, most notably as consultant for the International Commission of Jurists and several agencies of the United Nations.
I have spent about ten years of my adult life living abroad, most notably in New Zealand, Thailand, and Germany.
My current working languages are French, English, German and Thai.