Aymeric D. Dumoulin is a litigation associate based in the New York office. Mr. Dumoulin is admitted to the New York Bar and also holds degrees in French law. His practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, internal investigations and international arbitration. Mr. Dumoulin has particular experience in the financial industry.
Mr. Dumoulin joined Debevoise in 2013. He is dual-qualified in civil law and common law and holds an advanced degree in Financial Engineering. Mr. Dumoulin received a J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2013, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, recipient of the Parker School Recognition of Achievement in International and Comparative Law and a member of the Columbia Business Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Dumoulin was a teaching fellow in Civil Procedure to Professor Jack Greenberg, an intern in the New York enforcement division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and a law clerk to the Hon. Jack Weinstein in the Eastern District of New York. In 2013, Mr. Dumoulin earned simultaneously from the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne an M.A. in International Commercial Law, with honors, and a Maîtrise en droit. While at the Sorbonne, Mr. Dumoulin received the Francis Lefebvre Prize in Corporate Law.
Prior to pursuing his legal education, Mr. Dumoulin was a trained financial engineer, with work experiences in the financial sector, and had received an M.S. in Financial Engineering and a B.S., graduating both times among the top of his class, from the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) at the University of Lausanne.
He is fluent in French.