Holder of a PhD in law and member of the Paris Bar, Patricia has extensive institutional and academic experience, particularly in the health and digital sectors, which she brings to public affairs. She began her career as a parliamentary assistant before going on to work at the Council of State and at the French Competition Authority and then moving over to private practice where she gained experience in national and European regulatory law. Admitted to the Paris Bar, Patricia won the EPLO “Thesis Prize” in 2017. She also holds a Master II in international and EU law (2009), a certificate course in « State, political institutions and law » from the Ecole Nationale de l’Administration (2014) and a certificate course in public international law from The Hague Academy of International Law (2012). Patricia has co-authored, together with Jean-Luc Sauron and Léa Paravano, a guide on how to navigate data protection laws for DPOs and other data users: S’y retrouver au sein du droit de la protection des données, Boussole pour DPO et autres usagers de la donnée.