Claire Pinson has been in charge of European and International Affairs for ARJEL since 2012. Her position is under the direct supervision of ARJEL Chairman. As a French representative at the Expert Group on Gambling Services, she follows the implementation of the European Commission action plan on gambling services, namely the Recommendation of the Commission on principles for the protection of consumers of online gambling services and the Cooperation Arrangement between EEA gambling regulatory authorities. Claire was also part of the French delegation negotiating the Council of Europe Convention on manipulation of sport competitions (Magglingen Convention). Claire co-chairs the Gaming Regulators European Forum (GREF) e-gambling working group since 2015.
Post-graduated in law from the University of Paris XII and the University of Auckland (New-Zealand), Claire holds a professional lawyer certification from the Bar School of Paris. Before joining ARJEL, she practised as an intellectual property litigation lawyer between 2008 and 2012.