Lucie Mayer is a professor at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas. Her research focuses on civil litigation, including arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. She is a member of the “Centre de Recherche sur la Justice et le règlement des conflits” (CRJ) of the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, and is co-director of the Master 2 in “Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution” with Jean-Baptiste Racine, as well as the Degree in “Mediation” with Clovis Hofnung.
She is the author of a thesis entitled “Actes du procès et théorie de l’acte juridique”, directed by Loïc Cadiet (published by IRJS) and honored with the André Isoré Solemn Prize and the Henri Capitant Prize of the Chancellery of Universities. She is also co-author, with Serge Guinchard, Cécile Chainais and Frédérique Ferrand, of two books on Civil Procedure published by Dalloz. She regularly contributes to several civil procedure columns (in the Semaine Juridique générale and the Gazette du Palais).
Apart from her academic engagements, she accepts appointment as legal expert or as arbitrator.