Ms. Marie Guiraud
Originally trained in Business and Corporate Law in France, Ms. Guiraud later specialised in Public International Law and Human Rights (LLM, University College London).
She went on to work in the field of human rights and corporate accountability: in particular, she headed the "Globalization and Human Rights" Office at the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), an international human rights organization, for 6 years. She also worked on Women's rights issues.
Ms. Guiraud became a litigator in 2005 and joined the Paris-based law firm Stasi & Associés, specialised in criminal law. She set up her own practice in 2007 and developed her activity, both before French and foreign Courts: In France, she represents both Defendants and Victims (civil parties) in all areas of criminal law, including in cases of complexity and gravity (e.g. terrorist cases, transnational crimes case).
Abroad, Ms. Guiraud specialised in civil party representation: she represents victims of international crimes before Ivorian and Congolese Courts and she was a Civil Party Lawyer in case 002/01 before the ECCC.
She is qualified to practice law in France and Cambodia and works in both French and English.