Marie-Pierre Fenoll-Trousseau is Professor in Law at ESCP Europe. She is co-ordinator of the Department of Economics, Law and Social Sciences (SJES) at the Paris campus. She holds a Doctorate in Private Law and a Post-Doctoral Qualification for the Supervision of Research in Law. She has worked as an adviser to various organisations and, since 2000, has been with the law firm Haas Avocats where she is managing the research and Développement department. In parallel with these activities, she has been a theatre director. As a Professor in Law at ESCP Europe since 1990, Marie-Pierre Fenoll-Trousseau has worked in the field of commercial law, more particularly in the law of intellectual property. She directs several programmes dealing with the management of the arts, in particular the Specialized Master in Management for the Publishing Industry and Specialized Master in Management of Cultural Activities (respectively in partnership with ASFORED/SNE and the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice). She is also involved in the training of auctioneers (in partnership with the Ecole du Louvre).
Her publications cover a range of topics from privacy law and the protection of personal information to copyright law.