Anne Mousty won the CMS Franco-German Award 2009 for her dissertation on the topic: “Unintentional offences under German law: comparison with French law”.
Anne Mousty is 25 and holds a Master’s Degree in Fundamental Private Law from the University of Pierre Mendes France (Grenoble). The CMS Franco-German Award was jointly created by CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre and CMS Hasche Sigle in 2005 and is awarded to a post-graduate student, a doctoral student or a business school student for a dissertation or a work placement report on a legal or taxation topic relating to French and German matters. This award was created in the scope of the work by the Franco-German group formed by CMS to promote legal and taxation advice relating to France and Germany.
It is jointly organised by François Hellio, Partner at CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre and Gerd Leutner, Partner at CMS Hasche Sigle. The award ceremony was held on Monday 3 May in CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre’s premises in Neuilly-sur-Seine. The award was presented by Germain Hagenbach, Consultant, former Member of the Executive Board of Elf in Germany and former Chairman of the Business Club of Berlin.