Marion Ho-Dac

Professor of Private Law
University of Artois (France)

Marion Ho-Dac is professor of private law at the University of Artois (France), on delegation at the Academy of International Affairs NRW (Bonn, Germany).   

She holds a PhD at the crossroads of EU internal market law and private international law (La loi du pays d’origine en droit de l’Union européenne, Bruylant, 2012), and was a researcher in comparative law at the Court of Justice of the European Union before joining the academic world.  

Her teaching and research focus on the governance of the digital single market, EU civil justice and, more globally, the legal governance of international private relationships in a context of growing influence of new technologies which requires a renewed protection of individuals (e.g. consumers, litigants, citizens, children). Marion sits on various scientific and editorial boards and participates, on behalf of AI Transparency Institute, in working groups led by standardization bodies in the fields of digital technologies and AI.