Publication of volume 4 in CEIPI's sub-collection of conference proceedings: "L'enseignant chercheur en propriété intellectuelle"

The CEIPI is pleased to announce the publication of :

L’enseignant-chercheur en propriété intellectuelle

"L'enseignant chercheur en propriété intellectuelle» : this was the title of a Conference organised in Lille on 3th December 2021 by the Association des jeunes universitaires spécialisés en propriété intellectuelle (JUSPI).

The aim of the event was to highlight the challenges faced by intellectual property lecturers in French and foreign universities. Various academics and practitioners examined the specific features inherent in their field of specialisation and their areas of research.

Directed by Yann Basire and Caroline Le Goffic, this book constitutes the proceedings of that conference. It brings together contributions on the role of teacher-researchers, both within schools of thought and law faculties and in relation to professionals and institutions in the field of intellectual property. It also examines the virtues and dangers of hyperspecialisation, transversality and interdisciplinarity.

Finally, it looks at the renewal of themes and approaches in intellectual property law: digital technology, pop culture, etc. are all factors of openness that intellectual property research professors are seizing upon. This issue combines theoretical and practical insights into the way in which teacher-researchers see their role today.

Contributors to this fourth issue in the Conference Proceedings series include: Yann Basire, Edith Blary-Clément, Alexis Boisson, Sylvain Chatry, Sarah Dormont, Amélie Favreau, Thibault Gisclard, Stéphanie Le Cam, Caroline Le Goffic, Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse, Dariusz Piatek.

To obtain a copy, please contact our Publishing Manager:caroline.ertz[at]