Anne Weber graduated in law from the University of Strasbourg, France, in 1999. She completed a Master's degree in the European Protection of Human Rights in 2000, also from the University of Strasbourg.
Currently, she is writing a doctoral dissertation in Human Rights Law at the Robert Schuman Law School of Strasbourg and at Geneva Law School, Switzerland. The subject of her thesis is the non-contentious control mechanisms of Human Rights (reporting procedures, institutions of Commissioner, Rapporteurs), which covers both regional and universal systems, as they are developing and with the view to suggest possible ways of redefining their role and functions.
During the first semester of the academic year 2002-2003, she served as a teaching assistant of the European Master's Program in Human Rights and Democratization, in Venice, Italy. For the past year Anne Weber have been research and teaching assistant at the University of Strasbourg, teaching Constitutional Law and European Comparative Law. She is also working as a volunteer for Amnesty International, representing it to the Council of Europe, and she is a member of the editorial committee of L'Europe des libertés, a law journal.