Maitre Martheli is the fruit of a cultural blend.
Born in Fort-de-France of two teachers both from Martinique, Maître Martheli was raised and went to school in Martinique all the way through Secondary School.
Once a holder of a Baccalaureate D [general certificate of secondary education with a major in Mathematics, Physics and Biology] from the Schoelcher Secondary School, she leaves for Metropolitan France to continue her education at the Faculty of Law of Montpellier (France).
There she is trained in the School of Montpellier and is taught by Mr. Michel VIVANT, Mr. Christian LE STANC, Mr. Jean-Marc REYNARD, Mr. Jean-Marc MOUSSERON, Mr. Jean CALAIS AULOY, Mr. Didier FERRIER…, Ms. Christine HUGON, Ms. Annie LAMBOLEY etc…and many others whom she thanks again for all they have brought to her.
She then pursues a course of study that is strongly influenced by commercial law. After completing a DEUG in Law – major in accounting law [university diploma taken after two years study] then a bachelor’s in Law with a major in accounting law followed by a Master’s in Company Law, she enrols in the D.E.A [post-graduating study programme] created by Mr. Michel Vivant on Immaterial Creations or more simply Intellectual Property.
Later, she improves her knowledge in judicial proceedings by completing the Certificate of Judicial Studies. Then she decides to become a solicitor by profession despite an education so far well-versed in company consulting that would have led her to a career as a company lawyer.
She then gets into the Barrister Professional Training School of the Paris Court of Appeal (E.F.B) and obtains the C.A.P.A [postgraduate legal qualification needed to practise as a solicitor or barrister].
After working in Paris, she decides to come back to Martinique and joins the barristers practising in Fort-de-France in Fort-de-France. She is first a member of various local firms before opening her own practice, then add Real estate Transactions Proxy to her activity.
This law enthusiast who speaks French, English, Spanish and Creole defines herself as “a Barrister who leaves in the heart of the world”.
She invites you now to visit her web site.