Lou mainly works in the areas of data protection, literary and artistic property and media law.
As part of her studies, she completed a master’s degree at University College London, where she studied English intellectual property law, data protection law and contract law.
She also holds a French Master degree in literary, artistic and industrial property law from the University of Paris II Panthéon Assas. As part of her master’s degree, she wrote a dissertation on predictive justice under the supervision of Professor Pierre-Yves Gautier.
Before joining Nomos, Lou also gained experience at Siaci Saint Honoré in the IP & data protection department and in the IP/IT/Commercial team of the law firm Osborne Clarke.