Raphaël Biais is an associate at Barbier-Mehtiyeva Law. He contributes to the firm’s activities in relation to:
• Interpol litigation,
• ECHR applications,
• Investment and commercial arbitration,
• International judicial cooperation and
After graduating from University College London (UCL) in humanities and social sciences, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in law from Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II). He then went on to do a masters’ degree in public international law and human rights at Paris II. During this time he took part in the Philip C. Jessup mooting competition in Washington and completed an internship at the Conseil d’État.
While completing his studies at the Paris bar school, he gained work experience at the Prosecutor general’s office of the Court of cassation and in a supreme court law firm. As a member of the Paris bar school’s team, he won the 2022 French edition of the International Criminal Court (ICC) moot court.
He is bilingual in English and French.