University professor in France (PhD in law and HDR Panthéon-Sorbonne University – ‘agrégation’ in private law and criminal sciences), senior member of the Institut universitaire de France (IUF) and of the Comité national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS - INSHS), director of research teams (JE, EA, UMR CNRS, Rouen, Nanterre, New Caledonia, Lyon, Nice), doctoral schools (Normandie – Nanterre), a CNRS research group (GDR ELSJ, Aix-en-Provence - Bayonne - Lyon - Nanterre - Toulouse), a federative research institute (IFR Interactions, Nice) national and international degrees (Rouen / Nanterre - Germany - Spain - United States - Italy - Russia - United Kingdom / Lyon - EU - CEPOL / Nice), a general service as vice-president of the university (International Relations – Lyon). Piloting of five international research programs (ACI (ex ANR) – Jean Monnet (EU) – GIP Justice (ex IERDJ) – IUF – IDEX). Invitation in various foreign universities (Europe, Africa, Asia, North and Latin America, Oceania). Since the beginning of the career, development of the following successive research themes: international and European intellectual property law, Europeanization of law, interactions between international and European law, methods of application of law in a global context, legal epistemology of phenomena in motion. Ongoing research theme: antecedent approach to law.