Ariane’s practice focuses on all aspects of criminal defence and procedure, especially white collar and corporate crime litigation. Ariane also assists on anticorruption and compliance-related issues.

Before joining the firm in 2019, Ariane spent 6 months at the financial section of the Paris Public Prosecutor’s office and worked at a French leading criminal business law firm. 

  • Advises an individual in a large, multi-year and complex white-collar case implying multiple offenses, including fraud, misuse of corporate funds, money laundering and tax evasion
  • Conducted a compliance audit at a construction service company over the implementation of anti-corruption measures introduced in the Sapin 2 Law
  • Participates in pro bono cases, supporting victims of terrorism and victims of school harassment
  • London School of Economics; LLM in International Business Law: 2016
  • Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Master’s Degree in Business Law: 2015
  • EM Lyon Business School, M. Sc. Management (“Programme Grande Ecole”): 2011-2017
  • French (native)
  • English (fluent)

Participating, alongside a renowned French academic, in the drafting of a reference manual for lawyers and jurists in France on the European Public Prosecutor's Office and its transposition into French law (publication planned in 2022)

"Gauvain-Marleix report: is a Sapin III law inevitable?" co-written article by Cécile Terret and Ariane Dulcire (13 October, 2021)

David Père & Ariane Dulcire co-wrote of a fascicule for the JurisClasseur (LexisNexis) criminal procedure "economic and financial offences" (art. 704 à 706-1-2, Fasc. 20)