Part-time Faculty A-M
Anne-Laure Champetier de Ribes-Justeau
Title/s: Adjunct Professor
Anne-Laure Champetier de Ribes-Justeau graduated from the Sorbonne University where she earned her PhD in 2006. Her areas of interest and research include Comparative law, Contract law, Business Organizations, Unincorporated Business entities, Comparative Corporate law and Governance and Human Rights. Her book, "Les abus de majorité, de minorité et d'égalité. Etude comparative du droit français et américain des sociétés" (Shareholders oppression and fiduciary duties under French and American Corporate Law) was recently published at Dalloz ed. It won the OSCAR price for Corporate and Securities law as well as the Levy-Ullmann Price. She has also written several articles for the Revue des sociétés. In 2013, she presented a Conference at the University of Montreal on "Corporate Transnational Liability For Human Rights".
Before joining Loyola, Anne-Laure Champetier de Ribes-Justeau taught at the Sorbonne University in Paris for 7 years. She had the opportunity to teach to French as well as American, German and English students. In 1997, she earned a scholarship that led her to pursue her research at Cornell University. She also practiced law at the Groupement de cartes bancaires (CB Credit Card Group). She subsequently worked in a Law firm attached to the Riom Court of Appeal. Before moving to the US, she was the Managing Editor for the "Law and Regulation" Review (Droit et Economie de la Régulation) published by Sciences-Po School of law in Paris.
M.A., magna cum laude, Lyon III-London
LL.M., cum laude, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Ph.D., summa cum laude, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne