Julien Cabay

Affiliated researcher at the Digital Law Center / Professor at ULB

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Julien Cabay is Associate Professor at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and Associate Professor at Université de Liège (ULiège). At ULB, he holds the Chair in Intellectual Creation and Innovation Law and is codirector of JurisLab, a research unit of the Center for private law located in the FabLab ULB. At ULiège, he teaches in the LL.M. in EU Competition and IP Law and is a member of the Liège Competition and Innovation Institute (LCII).

Next to these main affiliations, Julien is also Invited Professor (Gastdocent) at KULeuven (Master of IP& ICT Law), Invited Professor at Centre d’études internationales de la propriété intellectuelle (CEIPI) of University of Strasbourg (University Diploma in AI & IP), Affiliated Researcher at Digital Law Center (DLC) of University of Geneva and member of the Belgian Council for Intellectual Property.

Julien’s research and teaching are focusing on IP Law in general, with a focus on Copyright Law. His cooperation with the DLC will essentially consist in a project on artificial intelligence, specifically on the ARC Research Project that he leads at ULB, which focuses on the use of algorithmic decisions systems in the field of intellectual property (IPSAM – Intellectual Property Similarities Assessment Model; https://www.ulb.be/fr/arc/arc-research-project-ipsam).

Julien holds a Ph.D. in Juridical Sciences (ULB, 2016), a LL.M. in IP Law (KULeuven, 2011) and a Master in Private Law (ULB, 2009). He has been PostDoc Resarcher (2016-2020) and Research Fellow (2010-2014) at Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (F.R.S-FNRS), Global Policy Fellow at Instituto de Tecnologia e Sociedade do Rio de Janeiro (2018), Visiting Research Fellow at Columbia University in the City of New York (2012-2013) and Erasmus Student at Università degli Studi Roma Tre (2008-2009).

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