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Delphine Dogot is Associate professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of Université catholique de Lille, based in the Paris-Issy Campus. She is the Director of LeStudio, a collaborative and creative digital/law lab and the Academic Director of the Summer School and University Degree on Law and Digital Technologies. Dr Dogot researches and teaches in the areas of law and technology, international law and legal philosophy, in particular in relation to global governance, risk and security. Her research investigates the tech-driven transformation of law and governance. Before joining the Faculty of Law, Delphine Dogot was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Law Department of HEC Paris, an OXPO Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, an Exchange Doctoral Student at Harvard Law School,

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Delphine Dogot is Associate professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of Université catholique de Lille, based in the Paris-Issy Campus. She is the Director of LeStudio, a collaborative and creative digital/law lab and the Academic Director of the Summer School and University Degree on Law and Digital Technologies.

Dr Dogot researches and teaches in the areas of law and technology, international law and legal philosophy, in particular in relation to global governance, risk and security. Her research investigates the tech-driven transformation of law and governance. Before joining the Faculty of Law, Delphine Dogot was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Law Department of HEC Paris, an OXPO Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, an Exchange Doctoral Student at Harvard Law School, a Fellow at Sciences Po Law School and a Researcher the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy at ULB where she is now an affiliate researcher.
She teaches or has taught at Sciences Po Paris, Université Aix-Marseille, HEC Paris, Université Panthéon Assas, Universidad des Los Andes, Université Libre de Bruxelles et Universidad UNISINOS Porto Alegre.Trained in law and philosophy, Delphine Dogot holds a Ph.D. in Law from Sciences Po Law School, Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Law from Université Panthéon Sorbonne, an M.A in Sociology and B.A. in Philosophy from Université Paris Sorbonne.

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