- Master's Degree in Private Law (University of Nice)
- Bar of Monaco: 1988
- Member of the IAFL (International Academy of Family Lawyers)
- Member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners)
- European lawyer Family Law Book – Monaco (2013 and 2015 editions)
- Study Divorce dans le monde (Divorce Around The World) – Monaco (AJ Famille, November 2015)
Christine Pasquier-Ciulla is the partner in charge of the private international law, personal law and property law teams.
In her practice area of private international and personal law, she handles prenuptial agreements, changes to matrimonial regimes, separations and national and international divorces, adoptions, all matters relating to children including recognition of parentage, names, wrongful removal and more generally the application of the Hague Conventions on minors, and international letters rogatory. She deals with matters relating to the legal protection of adults, and the application in Monaco of protection measures ordered by foreign courts. She also manages the enforcement in Monaco of all kinds of foreign court orders. In addition, she handles cases involving criminal offences directly related to her principal practice area, notably including wilful neglect or desertion, failure to grant access to children, abuse of vulnerable persons, domestic violence.
In the area of property law, Christine Pasquier-Ciulla advises or represents her clients in post-divorce liquidation procedures for jointly owned property, as well as national or international successions and more generally all matters involving the organisation or restructuring of assets.
Her membership in organisations such as IAFL and STEP allows her to be in contact with specialist law firms all over the world, which is a major advantage in her area of practice.