Sandrine Brachotte is a doctoral student at Sciences Po Law School, where she studies clashes of rationalities in court cases, under the paradigms of legal pluralism and private international law. She is finishing her PhD. this year as a Visiting Researcher at the Perelman Centre of Philosophy of Law (Brussels).
Graduated from the Master in Public Law (Droit Public) at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and from the European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation (E.MA Master) of the European Inter-University Centre (EIUC), she qualified as a lawyer in Belgium where she worked for three years in international arbitration and private international law. She further was involved in legal research and EU advocacy work in business and human rights and development at A4ID (London) and Frank Bold (Brussels).
After having attended the Course of Private International Law of the Hague Academy in August 2017 with a merit-based award, Sandrine was a visiting PhD researcher for the academic year 2017-2018, at University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, under the supervision of Karen Knop. Since she came back to Paris in September 2018, she has been part of the Pilagg team, which is hosting a special webinar this year. For the academic year 2019-2020, she was recruited for the position of ATER (research-teaching fellow) at Sciences Po Law School.