Associate Researcher at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (ranked best law school in France), I hold a Ph.D. in law (Europe & US) and a Master of Laws (LL. M.) in International Law and Legal Studies from the Brooklyn Law School. In addition to my work as a practitioner, I write regularly for various specialized journals – including Harvard, NYU, Oxford, SMU, Queen Mary University, Suffolk… – for the American Bar Association as well as for the Revue Concurrentialiste, of which I am the creator. Most of my writing deals with the issue of innovation and high-tech markets.
Antitrust law is a passion of mine and I am very enthusiastic about law & economics. Two of my writings were among the 10 most downloaded articles (worldwide) on SSRN in the years 2015 and 2017 and I have received the “Academic Excellence” Prize of GCR (edition 2018) which rewards “an academic competition specialist who has made an outstanding contribution to competition policy in 2017.” I am delighted to see that my work is giving rise to such enthusiasm.