French, English (fluent), Spanish (good command).

Alexandre Boiché

Lawyer at the Bar of Paris
Doctor of Law
Certified Specialist in Family Law and Estates,
International and European Union Law

Alexandre Boiché started this firm in January 2015. Before that, he was a founding partner of a law firm that specialized in French and international family law.

He has practiced exclusively in that field since 2000.

From 1998 to 2002, Alexandre Boiché was the chief legal officer in the Office of International Legal Information at the National Information Center on the Rights of Women and Families (CNIDFF) in Paris.

He holds a Doctorate in Law and wrote his dissertation at the Toulouse School of Law on “The Notion of Favor in Conflict of Laws Rules on Parentage” (which received a very honorable distinction with special commendation from the examination board). While writing his dissertation, he was a researcher and lecturer and served as a teaching fellow.

Alexandre Boiché is a renowned specialist in international family litigation, particularly involving conflicts of jurisdictions or laws and recognition of foreign judgments. In this capacity, he provides many training sessions to judges and colleagues in this field, both in France and abroad. Always interested in promoting lasting solutions, he also specializes in drafting international prenuptial agreements, divorce settlements, and parental authority agreements. He is trained in collaborative processes. He is also a mediator trained in nonviolent communication (NVC). In addition, he is a founding member of CALIF (Family Dispute and Arbitration Center) and, in this role, he is developing training in the field of arbitration.

Since 2006, he has been an editor for the journal Actualité Juridique Famille (Family Legal News) published by Editions Dalloz.

He is a member of the International Association of Family Lawyers (IAFL), the French Committee on Private International Law, the Louis Chatin Association for the Defense of Children’s Rights, the LEPCA network (Lawyers in Europe on Parental Child Abduction), and CALIF.


  • Doctorate in Private Law, University of Social Sciences of Toulouse

    Dec. 2001

  • Dissertation: ‘‘La notion de faveur dans les règles de conflit de lois relatives à la filiation” (The Notion of Favor in Conflict of Laws Rules on Parentage), highest level of distinction for a doctorate awarded by the board of examiners
  • Auditor at the Private International Law Academy of The Hague

    July 1995

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