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Caroline Bricteux

Researcher

Email: caroline.bricteux@ulb.ac.be

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Caroline Bricteux has been a PhD researcher at the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy since October 2012. Her doctoral research, supervised by Prof. Benoît Frydman, examines the governance of the Internet architecture. Caroline studies the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and she focuses on the new procedures for allocating generic top-level domains (new gTLDs) and the related dispute resolution mechanisms.

Caroline holds a Master in Law from the Université libre de Bruxelles (2011) and a LL.M. in European Competition and Intellectual Property Law from the Université de Liège (2012). Caroline was also an Erasmus student at the University of Oslo, where she studied Internet Governance and International Constitutional Law (Autumn semester 2010).

Caroline specializes in Internet law issues. Other fields of her interest are freedom of expression, media law and interactions between competition law and intellectual property.

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