Olivia Lischetti was admitted to the bar of Aix-en-Provence in January, 2010. Since then she has regularly prepared and argued civil and criminal cases in Aix-en-Provence and elsewhere in France at both the trial court and appellate level.
Prior to being admitted to the bar she interned at the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia in the Hague and the International Bar Association in London. She was a consultant for the International Committee of the Red Cross working on the promotion of international humanitarian law and was also active in a nongovernmental organization defending human rights in Iran.
In 2010, she obtained a scholarship to attend the Summer Courses in Private International Law of the Hague Academy of International law.
In 2013 the Bar Council of Aix-en-Provence awarded her the Prize Jules Sauteron de Séranon. The prize is given to a meritorious lawyer among those with less than four years at the bar.
Olivia holds two Masters II degrees from the Law Faculty of the University of Aix-en-Provence, one in international law and one in human rights and post-conflict resolution. She speaks both French and English.
« La responsabilité de la puissance occupante vis-à-vis de la puissance occupée : le cas des États-Unis en Irak ? », volume XXXIV Thesaurus Acroasium, Thessalonique, Institute of International Public Law and International Relations, 2006, pp. 395-414