Alix de Zitter is a DPhil candidate in Law at the University of Oxford and a New College Roche Scholar. Her thesis examines the interaction between public policy and international arbitration in the European Union.

Prior to joining Oxford, Alix obtained her LLM (Distinction) at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and qualified as a lawyer in France in 2013. She also holds a MJur and a MPhil (Distinction) from the University of Oxford. She has previously practiced law in Paris and in Geneva, primarily working on international arbitration and cross-border disputes.


Research Interests

International Arbitration; International Private Law

Research projects