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Géraldine Giraudeau is a Professor of public law specialized in public international law, territorial issues, law of the sea, and asylum (Ph.D from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Carlos III, Madrid).

Géraldine served as an assessor judge appointed by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to the French National Court of Asylum from 2012 to 2016.

In 2014, she passed the French Opposition for Public Law Full Professor recruitment (“agrégation"). Géraldine was then recruited by the University of Perpignan (UPVD France) before leaving on a delegation for two years at the University of New Caledonia, where she focused her research on legal issues in the Pacific (territorial challenges, compared constitutional frameworks, climate migrations…), and on the decolonization process of New Caledonia.

Géraldine is the author of numerous publications in international law. She works in English, Spanish and French, and studied standard Arabic.

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