Graduated from Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne) with a specialization in International Comparative Law.
Her interest in International dispute settlement began whilst studying public / private international law and international trade law. As an international comparative law Master student, she studied international investment and commercial arbitration and wrote a master thesis concerning "The interference of trade boycott in international commercial arbitration" which raised issues concerning conflicts generated by trade boycott in international arbitration.
Just before joining the MIDS (Master in International Dispute Settlement), Amina did an internship at the International Arbitration Chamber of Paris. She was closely associated to the development of the arbitration's operation lead by the International Arbitration Chamber of Paris. She helped them by responding to different requests, by studying legal affairs (International and national cases) and by drawing up notes. She also assisted to the arbitration hearings and participated to the arbitration awards writing in direct cooperation with arbitration courts.