A graduate of Paris Institut d’Etudes Politiques (IEP), Armand Feste-Guidon obtained a master’s degree in judicial and legal careers from IEP in 2011, followed by a master’s 2 in criminal law and criminal procedures in Europe from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University in 2014. He joined the Paris Bar School in the same year.
Armand Feste-Guidon also spent time at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada in 2010 and worked in Berlin during a gap year in 2012. He is fluent in English and German.
Before joining Soulez Larivière & Associés as an intern while preparing for the Bar, and his subsequent appointment as an associate, he completed an internship with the Paris Prosecution Office’s organised crime section in 2014, during which he gained a clear understanding of the problems posed by organised crime.
Armand Feste-Guidon was admitted to the Bar in September 2015.
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