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Danièle Barberis Ph.D.

International Business Lawyer

06500, France

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Danièle Barberis - Professional Summary:     [ Not Updated Yet ]

 Resourceful, multilingual lawyer with 14 years progressive experience in natural resources mining in civil law and common law systems. Adept at drafting and negotiating agreements (M&A, Mining Convention, JV, etc.) with companies and governments in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. Conducted the foundation of various overseas legal entities. Exceptional analytical, communication, organizational, interpersonal, and research skills. Extensive international travel and multi-jurisdictional experience. French citizen with fluency in English. Conversant in Russian and Italian.


Danièle Barberis - Professional Experience:     [ Not Updated Yet


Lawyer responsible for the Business Unit Mines for 9 years


Freeport McMoran

Senior Legal Counsel of its DRC subsidiary Tenke Fungurume Mining 



Danièle Barberis - Education:     [ Not Updated Yet

 Ph.D. in Mineral Law and Policy, 1997

'Negotiating Mining Agreements: Past, Present and Future Trends'


Master in Business Law, 1993

University of Nice, France

Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee, UK


Danièle Barberis - Interests:     [ Not Updated Yet

 Oil painting



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Review of my book
Review of my book: Negotiating Mining Agreements, Past, Present and Future Trends
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My University
Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee, U.K My Ph.D. 1997
My former company
Freeport McMoran
Mother company of Tenke Fungureme Mining, another former company
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