National Competent Authority
Gregory Lewkowicz is a professor at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the director of the Smart Law Hub. He is principal investigator at the Artificial Intelligence Institute for the Common Good (FARI) in Brussels and Koyre Senior Research Fellow in Business Law & Artificial Intelligence at the Université of Nice Sophia Antipolis. He teaches the course “Smart Law : Algorithms, Metrics & Artificial Intelligence” at Science Po Paris School of Law. He teaches also at Paris II Panthéon-Assas and at HEC-Paris. He is a member of the external advisory board of AI4Belgium, of the “Club des juristes” digital taskforce (Paris). His research examines the interactions between law & digital technologies, global and transnational law and the transformations of legal professions. He conducts several research and industrial projects, including R&D, with public and private partners. He regularly advises governments and private companies on digital transformation.