Pierre Larouche

Pierre Larouche
Full Professor of Law and Innovation

Pierre Larouche is a full professor of law and innovation at the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal and Vice-Dean of Program Development and Quality. Professor Larouche is affiliated with the activities of the CDACI. He directs the doctoral option "Innovation, science, technology and law". A graduate of the law faculties of McGill, Bonn and Maastricht Universities, Prof. Larouche was a full professor of competition law at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, where he co-founded the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC), which has become one of the world's leading research centers in the field of economic governance. He has also taught at the College of Europe in Bruges and has been a visiting professor at numerous universities in America (Northwestern, Pennsylvania), Europe (Sciences Po, Bonn) and Asia (Singapore). Professor Larouche has published more than 60 monographs, articles and scientific contributions, and his work, cited by the European Court of Justice and the UK Supreme Court, has influenced the European Commission's policies on electronic communications and competition.

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