Mathilde De Sloovere is completing her fourth year in the PhD program at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, working under the supervision of Professor Loiseau.
Mathilde holds a Master’s degree in Employment and Labor Law from Paris I Panthéon- Sorbonne University. She is also graduate in Work Psychology from Paris II Panthéon-Assas. Her doctoral thesis focuses on the question of sick leave through the following subject: « L’arrêt de travail, symptôme d’un mal-être ou syndrome précontentieux» (i.e. in English : Does the use of sick leave illustrate a malaise at work or an abusive behavior ?). She has a comparative approach.
In the meantime, Mathilde taught as a teaching fellow and worked as a lawyer for three years in a law firm.
Mathilde has chosen an interdisciplinary approach that establishes a dialogue between law, psychology, medical, and sociology.