Gregory Lewkowicz is a professor at the University of Brussels and director of the Global Law Program of the Perelman Center. He holds the Alexandre Koyré Chair of Excellence in Economic Law and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. He is a visiting professor of global and transnational law at the Goethe Universität in Frankfurt and at HEC-Paris. He also teaches the interactions between law and technology at the Science Po Paris Law School as part of the Master in Economic Law and at Paris II Panthéon Assas as part of the diploma in digital transformation of law & legaltech. He is the scientific secretary of the collection “Penser le droit” (Larcier Editions), director of the Society of Global and Transnational Law (Geneva) and member of the digital pole of the Club des juristes (Paris).