Stéphanie Noël is “a very effective practitioner” who is commended by sources for her profound knowledge of trade defence matters and WTO law.
Stéphanie Noël is the principal of S Noël Law Office, specialising exclusively in international trade matters. Her practice focuses on WTO law, trade defence, and issues pertaining to negotiation, implementation of and compliance with preferential trade and customs union agreements.
She has advised governments, companies and trade associations on various issues of trade law such as trade remedy legislations and cases, import tariffs, rules of origin, the WTO consistency of multiple trade and domestic regulations affecting trade (tax measures, product regulations, measures affecting the distribution of goods, labelling requirements, sanitary and phytosanitary measures), and the implications of Brexit.
Stephanie's experience encompasses litigation before the WTO dispute settlement body, the Court of Justice of the European Union and representation of exporters and domestic producers in a number of trade defence proceedings across multiple jurisdictions. She has experience of technical assistance and institutional capacity building in the fields of trade defence and free trade agreements. She has also advised businesses on how to prepare for Brexit.
Stéphanie is a member of the Paris Bar, and is registered with the Geneva Bar (as an EU lawyer). She holds a master's degree in exportation law from the University of Paris V (Descartes); an LLM in international trade from Bond University; a master’s degree in international risk management from HEC Paris; and a postgraduate diploma in economic policy from SOAS (University of London). She regularly speaks at conferences on trade matters, and has authored articles in specialist journals. She also serves as a member of the editorial board of the Global Trade & Customs Journal. She practises in English and French.