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Note Globale    

Mon parcours professionnel international m'a permis d'acquérir des connaissances et des compétences dans la conception et le développement de projets et de programmes dans des domaines aussi variés que le droit français et anglo-saxon, la politique publique, la direction d'une fondation internationale, la compliance.

Aussi, je souhaite mettre mes compétences, mes savoirs et mon énergie au service d'entreprises ou d'organisations porteuses de projets audacieux.

Frederic

51 ans

San Francisco / Paris

Directeur Juridique Frederic

Expériences professionnelles

 

Société de Conseil et de Management de Transition - San Francisco, USA
PUBLIC AFFAIRS STRATEGIST & LEGAL DIRECTOR

Avr 2015 - aujourd'hui

Advise French lawmakers on legislative and public policy reforms; analyze California justice system, its statutes and regulations; interview directors and legal staff of San Francisco Probation Department, the offices of the District Attorney, the Public Defender and the City Attorney as well as judges of San Francisco County Superior Court and lawyers of the Judicial Council of California.

  • Testify before the French congressional "Defense & Armed Forces" committee on legislative and public policy reforms;
  • Create and develop ongoing partnerships with French lawmakers to advocate criminal justice reforms and the creation of an independent government agency;
  • Organize legal seminars in partnership with the University of California Hastings, San Francisco Mayor's Office and the General Consulate of France;
  • Keynote speaker at the conference on criminal justice reform organized by the Institute for Justice (December 2015, Paris, France).

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - Pontoise, France
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

Jan 2012 - Fév 2015

Presided over civil and criminal trials; oversaw all aspects of court proceedings; coordinated legal and administrative functions; analyzed and decided substantive and procedural issues; managed the successful deployment and use of technology solutions for workflow and legal cases management within a superior court division (Pontoise); supervised the drafting of judgments, briefs and legal memoranda; monitored legislative and regulatory activities; trained and coordinated multidisciplinary staff (legal, administrative and law enforcement agencies); mentored international law students and participated in conferences and town hall meetings.

  • Spearheaded cross-functional programs (International Legal Internship);
  • Advised the Department of Justice's Office of Legislative Affairs on public policy reforms;
  • Lectured at the National School for the Judiciary (E.N.M.) and the National Institute for Advanced Studies in Security and Justice (INHESJ);
  • Served as the French Supreme Court's delegate (Conseil Constitutionnel), overseeing the integrity of the election process during legislative and presidential elections.

CERGY-PONTOISE UNIVERSITY, ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW PROGRAM - Pontoise, France
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR OF LAW

Jan 2012 - Déc 2014

Taught in English international commercial law and international arbitration law to French and international students; trained students to develop legal reasoning and deliver oral arguments before American and French courts of law.

  • Created the comparative Moot court program (common law and civil law);
  • Spearheaded partnerships with French and American universities and French courts of law.

PANGEA GLOBAL - San Francisco, California
FOUNDER & CEO

Mai 2008 - Déc 2011

Provided guidance to businesses and non-profit organizations on compliance policy; identified potential areas of compliance vulnerability (e.g. ABC, CBBC, PCD); initiated investigative procedures related to compliance issues and directed them to appropriate departments for evaluation and resolution.

  • Developed compliance training programs.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, HASTINGS, COLLEGE OF THE LAW - San Francisco, California
LEGAL ANALYST (Telecommunications and Energy)

Sep 2007 - Mai 2008

While preparing the LL.M degree, conducted comprehensive legal research related to Telecommunications and Energy laws and regulations; analyzed civil and administrative case law and government agencies' policies; monitored legislative and regulatory compliance practices.

  • Participated in the UC Hastings Moot Court program to train students to perform effective oral arguments.

EURAD - London (UK)
VICE PRESIDENT

Nov 2003 - Déc 2006

Directed legal and communication strategies; built strategic partnerships with national and European lawmakers, members of European institutions and business leaders to advance the foundation's legislative proposals; participated in radio and television debates, conferences and town hall meetings.

  • Devised and implemented a communication campaign in Paris in partnership with Paris Regional Transportation Agency (RATP).

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE OF PLANNING, EVALUATION & POLICY DEVELOPMENT - Paris, France
PUBLIC POLICY ANALYST / SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Mai 2002 - Oct 2003

Directed development of public policy options for legislative proposals and program authorizations; co-managed multidisciplinary teams; conducted and coordinated official hearings and evaluations of regional and national programs; coordinated tasks and resources to ensure delivery on time and within budget; liaised with government agencies and non-profit organizations.

  • Drafted and successfully advocated a legislative reform (law n° 208-1443);
  • Contributed to the elaboration of a ministerial report leading to nationwide policy reforms.

NATIONAL YOUTH SECRETARY - RALLY FOR THE REPUBLIC - Paris, France
DEPUTY NATIONAL SECRETARY

Jan 1999 - Mai 2002

Managed and trained 10 staff at national level, 22 regional managers and over 80 volunteers; monitored key performance indicators to improve team efficiency; directed multidisciplinary programs and projects with competing priorities; conducted and coordinated in-depth analyses of political and public policy issues; liaised with lawmakers, government and elected officials; participated in public debates, conferences and town hall meetings.

  • Co-managed a $4 million communication budget;
  • Participated in the elaboration of the public policy platform for the 2002 French presidential campaign;
  • Created national communication strategies and campaign materials;

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - Soissons, France
DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Jan 1999 - Sep 2003

Managed all aspects of criminal investigations and prosecutions, including infringement of patents, software copyrights (Microsoft) and standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO); represented the People in trials and hearings; analyzed and decided upon substantive and procedural issues; coordinated and supervised law enforcement agencies' investigations; managed and trained legal staff.

  • Spearheaded and coordinated the creation of a forensic medical service in partnership with government agencies, professional organizations and elected officials;
  • Contributed to the drafting and the enactment of the constitutional amendment (law n° 2001-539) modifying France's judiciary status;
  • Drafted and successfully advocated a legislative reform (law n° 2007-297 - decree 2007-1388) modifying the criminal procedure related to alternatives to the prosecution of first-time illegal drug users.

Formation

 

2008     University of California, Hastings; College of the Law (USA) - College; Master of Laws - LL.M

2001     Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature (France) - National Judicial Certification

1998     University of Paris II, Panthéon-Assas, P. Raynaud Judicial Institute - Legal Certification (civil, commercial and criminal laws; European regulations)

1997     Paris XII University - Master of Laws

1996     Paris XII University - Bachelor of Laws

Langues

 

English : Bilingue ou langue maternelle

French : Bilingue ou langue maternelle