Since 2007, I have been a full-time professor at the law school of the University Jean Moulin, where I mainly teach private international law and intellectual property law. During my PhD at Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, I was a Fulbright visiting scholar at Columbia Law School. I am the author of numerous articles dedicated to copyright law, private international law and European intellectual property law published in French and English, the co-editor of two books on those issues and the co-author of a casebook dedicated to 'International Copyright Law – US and EU perspectives' (ed. Edward Elgar Publisher with Jane C. Ginsburg as a co-author). My main areas of expertise are copyright law and the intersection of intellectual property and private international law/conflict of laws. I often speak and present at professional events here in France and internationally.I have been appointed as a member of the International Law Association's Committee dedicated to intellectual property and private international law. In 2014, I was a visiting professor at Columbia University Law School where I taught international copyright law. I currently lead the Paul Roubier Center (a leading French Center dedicated to IP law) and the Institute of Art and Cultural Law.