Anne-Sophie Nardon is a Paris based lawyer and managing partner of Borghese Associés, which she co-founded in 2009. She has a broad experience in Business and Criminal law. She specializes in litigation concerning art related disputes and represents collectors and art dealers in high profile criminal cases of theft and illicit trafficking. Her work also includes representing and advising heirs, dealers, galleries and collectors in national or international cultural and heritage property matters. She has participated in a comparative study commissioned in 2011 by the European Union on the prevention of illegal trafficking of works of art within the European community and on the international market. In 2014, she founded the ACE art law commission and is part of the teaching team of the Masters in Art Market and Heritage Law at Paris II University. She regularly speaks at symposiums and training events. She is a member of the Art & Droit association and several international associations such as the IBA, the FDA in Switzerland, the ABA in the United States and PAIAM in the UK.
As an expert in patronage at CNB [National Council of the Bars] since 2016, she has been coordinating the implementation of the National Protocol for the Development of Cultural Patronage signed on 19 November 2015 between the CNB and the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
Anne-Sophie Nardon is also a mediator, trained at the Center of Mediation and Arbitration in Paris, and the School of Mediation of the Paris Bar. She holds a Masters in private law from Paris II Assas University and a Masters in Anglo-American Civilization from Paris X Nanterre University and began her career at Henri Leclerc & Associés.