Odile is a Swiss doctoral student working on international legal theory and, more specifically, judicial reasoning in international law. Her doctoral research revolves around the question of how Swiss courts (and domestic courts in general) do and should interpret international legal norms.
Odile holds a bilingual (French/German) Bachelor (2010) and Master of Law (2013) from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, a Certificate from the Center of Transnational Legal Studies, London (2010-11), and an LLM from Harvard Law School (2016). Besides working as a research assistant at Harvard Law School and at the University of Fribourg, Odile has acquired work experience at the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, at the Court of Justice of the European Union and in law firms in Switzerland and in the UK.
Since October 2016, Odile is pursuing her doctoral research at Oxford University under the supervision of Professor Timothy Endicott.
Public international law, jurisprudence, constitutional law