January 24 and 25, 2019 – Divorce and international law – Expert workshop: Panel on difficulties linked to international divorce by Hélène Carvallo – Lawyer at the New York Bar, Maxime Eppler – Lawyer at the Paris Bar, Sarajoan Hamou – Lawyer at the Paris Bar and Sandra Landais – Jurist in Monaco.
January 23, 2018 – Read the ‘partner article’ ‘Estate planning between the United States and France’ that Hélène Carvallo and Anne-Carole Plaçais wrote for the Francophone news website ‘French Morning’. The article is a great reference for any French or Franco-American family living in the United States, but also for Americans with ties to France – estate planning is essential whenever two legal systems are involved.
January 23, 2017 -” Divorce of international couples in New York: how it works” article by Hélène Carvallo and Anne-Carole Plaçais for the French Morning. While divorce is a difficult step, the international dimension of a family adds levels of complexity that may require the mastery of several legal systems.
May 8th, 2007 – Women in the Arab World Between Violence and Impunity – The Algerian Case
In this paper, Ms Carvallo will argue that the position of women in Algeria is in no way exclusive to the Algerian context, but rather is symptomatic of the larger Arab-Muslim context. The thesis that she develops in the following paper, through the representative example of Algeria, is that women in the Arab World experience a continuum of violence, from a culture of domination grounded in patriarchy, argued through the Shari’āh and legitimized in the positive law, to a political instrumentalization of the violence.