Sixtine Bousquet-Lambert is an associate at Dunnington working in the intellectual property, advertising, art and fashion law, litigation and arbitration, immigration and France desk practice areas. Prior to joining Dunnington she was working as an associate in intellectual property and entertainment law at Crossen & Borowsky in Paris and interned at the New York Supreme Court for Justice Charles E. Ramos.
Ms. Bousquet-Lambert received her Law Degree from the University Pantheon-Assas in Paris and her Master in English and American Business Law from University Pantheon-Sorbonne in Paris. She graduated from a LL.M in Intellectual Property at Fordham School of Law.
Ms. Bousquet-Lambert was an adjunct instructor at the Fordham School of Law in 2015 where she taught a course “French for Lawyers.”
Ms. Bousquet-Lambert is the Membership Chair of the International Law Section of the Federal Bar Association and a Member of the French-American Bar Association.
Ms. Bousquet-Lambert is admitted to practice in Paris, in New York State and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
Ms. Bousquet-Lambert is a French native.
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