Alice Dartevelle is currently a PhD researcher at Sciences Po Law School, under the supervision of Professor Régis Bismuth. Her research deals with the judicialization of access to medications. It mainly focuses on the role of judges and transnational actors in those cases as well as on their impact on health care systems, which will be studied through a casuistic and comparative approach.
Prior to her doctoral studies, she has completed pharmacy studies (PharmD) as well as a master in pharmaceutical law and regulation at the University of Strasbourg (2016). She also holds a Master in economic law, with a specialization in Global Governance Studies, from Sciences Po Law School (2019).
Alice’s academic interests mainly include health law, international human rights law and comparative law.