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A. Benyamina is a psychiatrist, professor of psychiatry and head of Department of Psychiatry and Addictology Paul Brousse Hospital - APHP Villejuif. He is also Professor of Universities - hospital practitioner at Paris-Sud University and President of the French Federation of Addictology (FFA) since 2015.
Lawyer, Camille Potier is a consultant in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution department at Mayer Brown Paris. She has extensive experience in criminal business law and very regularly acts in defence of companies and / or their executives. She is a member of the “penal” group of the Council of the Bar Association.
Lawyer Isabelle Landreau, Associate Professor of Law Schools Nicolas Binctin, engineer Gérard Peliks and research Professor Virginie Pez-Pérard have worked for more than a year on the ownership of digital data. They are the authors of the report “My data is mine!” Published by GenerationLibre in January 2018.
G. Sainteny is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and the Chicago Booth School of Business. Director of studies and environmental assessment at the Ministry of Ecology from 2005 to 2009, he then went on to teach sustainable development in many schools and universities such as Polytechnique in which he is an Associate Professor.
F. Caballero is a lawyer at the Paris Bar, Associate Professor of Faculty of Law and Master of Laws from Harvard University. For more than 30 years, Francis Caballero has been committed to the legalization of cannabis. Professor at Paris X-Nanterre University, he taught criminal law and criminal procedure until 2008.
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Great servant of the State, civil servant, banker ? His duties prevent him from giving his identity. The only certainty : he writes from within.
Rafael is a Partner and Managing Director of Finisterre Capital, an asset manager based in London and New York, specialized in emerging markets since 2003. He is a former student of Collège Stanislas in Paris, Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), ESCP Europe and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
Jean-Ludovic Silicani is a senior French civil servant. After holding several ministerial offices, he was appointed in 1995 Commissioner for State Reform. In 2007, he conducted a wide consultation prior to the drafting of a White Paper on the future of the civil service.
D. Thesmar is a professor of finance at MIT and a polytechnique and ENSAE alum. He has recieved Le Monde's prize for best young French economist in 2007. His research covers corporate finance, banking systems, entrepreneurship and behavioural finannce.
Frank-Adrien Papon graduated from l’ESCP in political economy and management and NYU School of Law (JD). He is now a lawyer specialised in business law and new technologies. Member of the New York Bar Association, he has been practicing for more than 20 years in the US and in France and Europe.