Véronique Parisot is an associate professor in private law. After obtaining masters degrees in English studies and in international law, she defended a PhD thesis in international law entitled “Essay on the Legal Notion of Cultural Property”. She has experience of teaching abroad (Italy, Russia, Japan) and acted as advisor for the European mission in the international relations department at the University of Burgundy. She has directed the Denis Diderot Institute’s Department of “Culture, Education and Training” for ten years now. The Institute has three master’ degree courses, one of which specialises in international cultural management.

Academic interests:

Droit d’auteur, copyright, cultural heritage, international circulation of cultural property, heritage law, right to privacy, culture and freedom of speech, right of publicity, common goods, common heritage of humanity

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