Pierre Leturcq, 24, is an intern at the Jacques Delors Institute Brussels office.
He holds a Master degree in public Law from the Humboldt University of Berlin. He obtained in 2017 a Master 2 degree in Legal History at the Jean Moulin University of Lyon and worked for a French MP between October 2016 and May 2017.
After he presented a Master thesis on « the electoral praxis and voting theories during the second Restauration in France », he started to teach legal History to first year law students at the Jean Moulin University of Lyon. He worked at the same time with migrants and persons in need in a community centre close to Geneva.
Coming back from a 3 month humanitarian experience in Madagascar he started in Brussels a Master degree in European affairs at the ULB and focused on social and environmental policies and interest representation in the EU.
He now works as a trainee with Genevieve Pons at the Jacques Delors Institute representation in Brussels.