Clothilde Humbert is an associate in Hughes Hubbard & Reed's Paris office and a member of the firm's Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice group. Clothilde assists clients in connection with a range of issues relating to anti-corruption compliance, international economic sanctions and export controls.
Since October 2017, she is secondeed at an international company in the aerospace industry.
In-house counsel working on international economic sanctions at the Group Legal department of a multinational oil and gas company
Intern at the Washington, D.C. and Paris offices of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Intern at a multinational oil and gas company on environmental law with research on the legal and policy framework on climate change
Contributor, "Snapback to the Future: A Case Study of How the U.S. Withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal Impacts EU Companies," Revue internationale de la compliance et de l’éthique des affaires / International Review of Compliance and Business Ethics (October 2018) (article co-authored by Ryan Fayhee and Tyler Grove)
Contributor, Introduction to the Article series “Loi Sapin 2, FCPA, UKBA, CCA: Comment ne pas se perdre dans le dédale de la conformité?” (“Loi Sapin 2, FCPA, UKBA, CCA: How Not to Get Lost in the Compliance Maze?”), Cahiers de Droit d l’Entreprise n° 2, March-April 2017 (articles co-authored by Anne Hukkelaas Gaustad, Tamara Kraljic, and Marie-Agnès Nicolas)
Contributor, “Procédure de sanctions de la Banque mondiale - Guide pratique: à quoi s’attendre, comment y répondre?” Revue internationale de la compliance et de l’éthique des affaires / International Review of Compliance and Business Ethics (June 2016) (article co-authored by Anne Hukkelaas Gaustad and Tamara Kraljic)
Université de Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master II, Droit anglais et nord-américain des affaires, 2012
University of Oxford, Diploma, Legal Studies, 2011
Université de Paris II - Panthéon Assas, Diploma, 2009