Emmanuel DAOUD specializes in criminal law (business and common law), including cybercrime, international criminal law and press law. He is also responsible for the protection of personal data and sports law.
Emmanuel DAOUD is particularly involved in the fields of international criminal law and human rights, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development.
He holds a post-graduate degree in general private law (Paris-Panthéon-Sorbonne, 1986), has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1988 and a member of the Council of the International Criminal Court since 2005. Order and Expert at the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).
Before founding VIGO alongside Christine CARPENTIER and Julie FERRARI, Emmanuel DAOUD was a partner of the firm STASI & ASSOCIES (1999) and previously of the firm FARTHOUAT, STASI and ASSELINEAU (1995).
Emmanuel is also:
- Member of the FIDH Judicial Action Group;
- Member of the "Comité des Sages" and Director of the Ethics SICAV "Freedoms and Solidarity" (FIDH);
- Chargé de mission at the INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS (FIDH);
- Administrator of the Alliance of Lawyers for Human Rights (AADH);
- Member of the Scientific Committee AJ PENAL DALLOZ.
- Co-leader Chronicle of the review "Constitutions" / Revue de droit constitutionnel applied (Editions Dalloz);
- Member of the Steering Committee of the magazine Security & Strategy;
- Speaker at the Circle of Security and Safety Directors (CDSE);
- Lecturer at the PARIS BAR TRAINING SCHOOL (EFB);
- Speaker at the NATIONAL JUDICIAL SCHOOL (ENM);
- Speaking at the NATIONAL SCHOOL OF FIRE STEERING OFFICERS (ENSOSP);
- Participant in Master 1 and Master 2 in the Universities: Paris-Descartes / Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / Panthéon-Assas Paris II / Faculty of Law Aix Marseille;
- Member of the Franco-Spanish Chamber of Commerce;
- Member of the FRENCH ASSOCIATION FOR THE CONSULAR INSTITUTION (AFFIC)