Aline Doussin is a partner in the firm's International Trade Practice, specialising in international trade (including export control and sanctions), EU regulatory and public policy. Aline's experience is derived from her similar previous position in a major international law firm, and from her former roles at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva and as an in-house lawyer in Japan Tobacco International (JTI).
Aline’s practice focusses on acting for a wide range of businesses, governments and trade associations on international trade and EU regulatory affairs including:
In addition, Aline has a specialised focus on trade law (WTO, EU trade and trade defence instruments, market access) and general government affairs and media/communication services.
Aline has been listed as a recommended trade and public affairs lawyer in The Legal 500 UK and Chambers UK. She is mentioned in a number of articles on international trade, and EU regulatory issues, and featured on French International Radio and French national newspapers.
Aline is active in a number of business and political organizations. She organizes networking events for French lawyers based in London and ran as a candidate in London for the 2014 European Parliament Elections.
Aline is recognised by Chambers UK 2015 as a Rising Star in the lobbying arena. Clients note she has "a great handle on the competencies and the anticipated behaviour of the organisations involved."
Aline has featured in a number of BBC news discussions regarding the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. These segments can be accessed at the following links: