Pauline Forje

Pauline Forje


LL.B. (Kingston University);

LL.M. (Queen Mary University of London)

Ms. Forje completed her B.A in Law at Kingston University, Postgraduate Diploma in Law and Development at the University of London International Programs and LL.M. in Public International Law at Queen Mary University in London. Her focus is on sustainable development and South-South cooperation with an interest in gender equality, socio-economic rights and human rights. Her research on gender equality, socio-economic rights and their impact on sustainable development in developing countries, will be the subject matter of her PhD.

She has worked for six years within the Personal Injury; Arbitration; Tax and Energy departments of renowned law firms in London and Paris as well as interned at organisations in Geneva and in London.

Ms. Forje is fluent in English, French, and Swedish.

Ardent about sports, she was a professional fencer for eight years, and the first female Cameroonian fencer to be selected for the London Olympic Games Qualifying Competition in 2012.
Ms. Forje has a new-found passion for archery and also practices vinyasa and hatha yoga.