Professor Jean-Christophe Galloux (Dr. iur., LLM EUI Florence) teaches intellectual property law, competition and contract laws in connection with IP at the Law faculty of University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and at the International Center for Intellectual Property (CEIPI Strasbourg).
He also heads the Intellectual Property Research Institute (IRPI) of Paris (Paris Chamber of Commerce).
He has been visiting professor in these matters at numerous universities: Montréal (Canada), Casablanca (Marroco), Bahrein, Budapest (ELTE), München (LMU and Max-Planck Institute), Tokyo (Toddaï) and Moscow (MGU), Saint Petersburg, OAPI (Yaoundé), etc.
He is the author of more than 220 publications in intellectual property law, competition law, pharmaceutical and biotechnology law. He recently published several books in particular with Pr. Jacques Azema "Droit de la propriété industrielle" (Collection "Précis", Dalloz, 1 100 pages, 7th ed. 2012), which is the leading adademic book in this field.
He has been an adviser to the European Commission, UNESCO and OECD for IP matters, a member of the European Ethic Committee for the European Federation of Biotech Industries (EUROPABIO) in Brussels (1999-2003) and of several academic boards among others Max Planck’s MIPLC (Munich).
He practices intellectual property matters as a member of Paris bar since 1984, mediator and arbitrator.
Prof. Dr. Galloux has been elected in 2013 has a member of the National Academy of Pharmacy.