Charlotte Sartori obtained a bachelor of laws from Université Saint-Louis (Brussels – trilingual program) and a master of laws from Université Catholique de Louvain.
During her master, she spent one semester at the University of Bologna (Italy) and she analysed, as a master thesis, the issue of restitution of cultural goods. She also attended lectures at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) on cultural heritage law.
Charlotte began her bar internship in the Litigation department of the Benelux Law firm Nautadutilh, between 2014 and 2016. Since 2015, she is a teaching and research assistant in the international and European law department of the UCL, where she teaches mainly private international law. She accordingly participated in various publications regarding courts jurisdiction in international conflicts.
At a personal level, Charlotte is involved in various artistic projects (such as cultural exchanges, she is also pianist in a music band).