Dec. 31, 2016

Antechronological CV

Antechronological Annual CV of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche: year 2016



Academic Titles and diplomas (for more details, s. general CV) :

♦ Full professor of University, first Class.

♦ Major (first place) of the Agrégation des Facultés de Droit en droit privé et sciences criminelles (French National recruitment Contest for recrutement of University Professors in Private and Criminal Law), 1991, 

♦ PHD in Law, Paris Panthéon-Assas University,  cum summa laude ; thesis published. 

♦ Master in Private Law, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, cum laude Philosophy Bachelor, Paris Sorbonne, 

♦ Bachelor in Philosophy, Sorbonne University,

♦ Master in Procedural Law, Panthéon-Assas University, cum summa laude 


Fonctions in 2016 :

♦ Full professor of University in Sciences po (Paris) 

♦ Director of the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC)

♦ Owner of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche Conseil (MAFR Conseil)


5 Courses given in 2017 :

Droit de la Compliance

Droit de la Régulation bancaire et financière

Droit Commun de la Régulation

Droit et Littérature, Littérature et Droit

Droit et Cinéma




►  2 directions of academic series : 3 publications organized in 2016


 ► Direction of the Collection COURS (série Droit privé), Dalloz : 2 books published in 2016



 Direction of the Serie RÉGULATION & COMPLIANCE  (Dalloz) : 1 book published in 2016


1 organisation of scientific event in 2016


  ► Co-organisation of the conference Regulation, Supervision, Compliance


12 PUBLICATIONS  OF MARIE-ANNE FRISON-ROCHE MADE IN  2016 : in English or with English summaries when the publication is in French


 1 Book published in 2016


► 6 articles in collective books published in 2016







  6 Monography published in 2016








( 12 bilingual working papers published in the digital space, base for articles which will be published after and with footnotes, technical references, more developments accesible by pop-up, digital links, etc.  (no considered as "publications")


















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