Anne-Sophie Hulin

Research Chair Associate and Post-Doctoral Fellow at ANITI (France)

Anne-Sophie Hulin has a PhD in comparative private law from the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II). Her thesis, which received the highest distinction from the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), will soon be published by Éditions L'Harmattan. Her doctoral research has led her to focus on legal acts and institutions that promote the general interest in private law. Rooting her analysis in a comparative and pluridisciplinary approach, Anne-Sophie is interested in the study of the renewal of the pillars of civil law and, in this context, pays particular attention to fiduciary models. She is currently conducting research on civil law data trusts as part of a post-doctoral fellowship at Aniti (France) and the University of Ottawa (civil law section).Today, she is referenced as one of the few experts on Québec data trusts, participates in various think tanks and research groups related to this topic and is involved in various data platform projects in Quebec and Europe.

From 2014 to 2020, Anne-Sophie was Assistant Director of the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law (Faculty of Law, McGill University), where she was in charge of the bilingual dictionary project in succession law. She is a lecturer in the law of persons (McGill University) and in the law of trusts (Université de Sherbrooke). She gives lectures and professional training on various subjects and is the author of several scientific texts on trusts and data governance, among others



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