Clémence Witt is a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2012. She is lecturer in substantive and procedural criminal law at Sciences Po. In 2015, she was elected “Secrétaire de la Conférence,” through which she intervenes in criminal cases and appears regularly before the Criminal Court.
She earned her Master of “Legal and Judiciary Career” at the Sciences Po Paris Law School (2008) and a Master II in Human and Humanitarian Rights from Panthéon-Assas University (2010). She also obtained a criminological sciences certificate. She has been a
She lived in Chile, in the United States and in Cambodia, where she spent one year on the defense team led by Jacques Vergès before the Extraordinary Chambers set up by the United Nations.
Between 2009 and 2017, she worked for the President of the Paris Bar, Pierre-Olivier Sur, mainly in criminal law, business criminal law, and international criminal law, both in France and abroad (Argentina, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, India, Lebanon Libya, Mexico, Tunisia). She also served as his advisor for international criminal affairs at the Paris Bar Council (2014-2015).
She currently also serves as a sports agent (“mandataire sportive”)