Aude graduated with Honours from the Université d’Auvergne School of Law (France) in 2012. She completed her first Masters in Employment Law at the same University in 2014. On that occasion, she wrote her Masters thesis on Psychosocial risks at work in French and British Law under the influence of European Law. Subsequently, she obtained an LL.M degree at the University of Glasgow in 2016 where she conducted research on Collective bargaining: a single European concept? – Comparative study France and United Kingdom. Then, from November 2015 to July 2016, she was a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute in European Legal History inFrankfurt (Germany). There, she worked on Lessons from the European Occupational Health and Safety mobilisation in the 1970s to analyse present challenges. She started her PhD at the University of Glasgow in October 2016.
Aude was an intern at the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) in June and September 2018 researching the extent of the scope to develop a litigation strategy before the CJEU in the OHS field. She is also part of the London Labour Law PhD reading group that brings together PhD candidates from all over the United Kingdom.