Deputy Consul General of France
Aug 18, 2017
Matthieu Clouvel
Deputy Consul General of France

Matthieu Clouvel-Gervaiseau

Civil Status: Born on May 14, 1972 – Married with two children

Education:

  • Master 2 in International Law, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas
  • Master 1 in European and International Law, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas
  • Graduate Institute of International Studies (Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law (Licence de droit), Faculty of Law, University of Clermont-Ferrand
  • Paris Institute for Eastern Languages (Hindi)

Professional Experience :

  • 2012 : Consulate General of France in Brussels – Belgium

Deputy Consul General

  • 2009-2012 : French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs

Legal Department, Sub-Department for Public International Law

Advisor/Negotiator (Nuclear and Chemical Non-Proliferation, Disarmament, Space Law, Armed Conflict Law).

  • 2009-2015 : Faculty of Law, University of Poitiers

Taught a seminar on « Legal Techniques of International Negotiations », within the Master’s 2 program for « International Litigation Law »

  • 2007-2009 : Consulate General of France in Houston, TX – United States

Deputy Consul

  • 2004 - 2007 : French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Department for French Citizens Abroad and Foreign Citizens in France, Sub-Department of the Civil Registry and Citizenship – Deputy Chief Clerk for Legal Affairs

  • 2003 : ENA (National Administration School), Paris

In training.

  • 2000 - 2003 : Embassy of France in Copenhagen - Denmark

Vice Consul

  • 1997-2000 : French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Department for French Citizens Abroad and Foreign Citizens in France, Sub-Department for Refugees and the Stateless

  • 1996-1997 : Consulate of France in Calcutta - India

Voluntary Military Service

Languages: English - Hindi – German

Interests : Intensive runner, annual participant in marathons, Piano

Publications:

  • International Responsibility of States in International Law
  • Principles of Subsidiarity in European Union Law