Thibault Kempf initially joined Soulez Larivière & Associés as an intern in June 2014 while preparing for the Bar. He was appointed an associate after his admission to the Paris Bar in September 2015.
Thibault has an international profile, and while studying for a joint degree in law and economics he spent one year at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, USA in 2009.
After obtaining a master’s 2 degree in international administration from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, he joined the World Bank in Washington in 2012. As a member of its Office of Ethics and Business Conduct’s investigative team, Thibault gained valuable insight into the increasingly stringent ethical obligations imposed on international organisations. Another particular area of interest is that of procedural guarantees for suspected offenders within organisations that enjoy immunity from legal process.
In 2014, Thibault Kempf attended the Paris Bar School. During this period, he was accepted by the firm as an intern, working on a range of international criminal law and criminal liability cases. He then completed his training with a dual internship in London and Dublin with two criminal barristers who specialise in the protection of fundamental freedoms (Kenneth Carr and James MacGuill).
Thibault made full use of this opportunity to practice criminal law in two different countries, familiarising himself with the Common Law system and gaining valuable experience in the adversarial system of litigation.
Since his admission to the Paris Bar in September 2015, Thibault has become a valuable member of the Soulez Larivière & Associés team.
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