Doctor of Law
Marion Blondel has a doctorate in public law from the University of Bordeaux. After a career as a researcher in international law between France and Belgium on issues of vulnerability, child protection and family mediation, she turned to the protection of people in migration situations.
She has worked as an assistant judge at the National Asylum Court for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
She is currently working as a lawyer in an asylum seekers’ reception centre, and provides legal training as a consultant and expert.