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Quentin Van Enis

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20082019

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Introduction

Quentin Van Enis is a lecturer in Contract Law, in IT Law and in Media Law.

He is the author of a doctoral thesis entitled "Rethink the press freedom in the era of technological convergence ", defended in June 2014, and that led him to become interested in how the law deals with the changes in the media landscape brought about by the emergence of the internet.

In addition to his activities at the University, he is attorney at law at the Brussels Bar, a member of the Council of journalistic ethics ( CDJ ) and a member of the editorial board of the R.D.T.I. Law Review ("Revue de droit des technologies de l'information").

Areas of expertise

Media Law
Freedom of expression
Human Rights
IT Law
e-Commerce Law
Contract Law
Tort Law

External responsibilities

Attorney at Law at the Brussels Bar
Member of the "Conseil de déontologie journalistique" for 2014-2017 (self-regulatory press council)
Member of the editorial board of the R.D.T.I. Law Review ("Revue de droit des technologies de l'information")
 

Diplomas

PhD in Law, University of Namur, 2014
Complementary master in Human Rights, FUSL, 2009 (magna cum laude)
Master in Law, UCL, 2007 (magna cum laude)
Erasmus exchange, University of Salamanca (Spain), 2007
Bachelor in Law, FUSL, 2004 (magna cum laude)

External responsibilities

Lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg)
Member of the editorial board of the R.D.T.I. Law Review ("Revue de droit des technologies de l'information")
Invited Professor at the UCAO (Université catholique de l'Afrique de l'Ouest), Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 2015
Regular trainer for the AJPro trainings, organized by the AJP ("Association des Journalistes Professionnels")
 

Diplomas

PhD in Law, University of Namur, 2014
Complementary master in Human Rights, FUSL, 2009 (magna cum laude)
Master in Law, UCL, 2007 (magna cum laude)
Erasmus exchange, University of Salamanca (Spain), 2007
Bachelor in Law, FUSL, 2004 (magna cum laude)
Postgraduate legal qualification ("CAPA"), Brussels Bar, 2015
Admitted to the national judicial training program ("Concours d'admission au stage judiciaire"), 2018

 

 

  

Introduction

Quentin Van Enis is a lawyer specialised in Media Law, in IT Law and in Human Rights Law.

Since the 1st of January 2019, he is working as a lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg).

He is a lecturer at the University of Namur, where he teaches the courses of Media Law and Human Rights Law.

He holds a Master Degree in Law (University of Louvain), a complementary Master in Human Rights Law (University of Louvain, University Saint-Louis Brussels and University of Namur) and a PhD in Law (University of Namur).

His doctoral thesis, entitled "Press freedom in the digital era" (« La liberté de la presse à l’ère numérique »), defended in 2014 and published in 2015 by Larcier, led him to become interested in how the law deals with the changes in the media landscape brought about by the emergence of the Internet.

He has also taught ICT Law and Contract Law (2013-2018) and has been a lawyer at the Brussels Bar (2014-2018) and a member of the Belgian French and German speaking Press self-regulatory body (« Conseil de déontologie journalistique »).

In 2017, he has been appointed as an expert in IT Law for the French-speaking chambers of the Legislation Division of the Belgian Council of State.

Areas of expertise

Freedom of expression
Human Rights Law
Media Law
IT Law
e-Commerce Law
Contract Law
Tort Law
Media Ethics
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