Maxime Lambrecht is a researcher in Internet law and ethics, currently a post-doc researcher at Sciences Po Paris, and an invited professor in law and ethics at the Université catholique de Louvain. He is a member of the INCLUSIVE research team supervised by Séverine Dusollier. Trained as a lawyer and a philosopher, he defended in 2015 a PhD thesis entitled "Copyright law and the openness of the digital environment: open licenses and social responsibility against legislative reform?". His main research interests touch on the theory of Intellectual Property, Copyright reform, and the regulation of Collaborative Platforms. He notably authored a study published by the CRISP entitled “L’économie des plateformes collaboratives" (80 p.).
Invited lecturer at Université Catholique de Louvain
Post-doc researcher at Sciences Po, Paris
Collège Dupriez (D-310)
Place Montesquieu 3 bte L2.06.01 ‡
1348 Louvain-la-Neuve


INCLUSIVE (Sciences Po)

Research Areas

Internet Law
Collaborative Internet Platforms
Copyright Reform, Free and Open Licenses
Philosophy of Intellectual Property
Net Neutrality


Personal page (SciencesPo)
Personal page (UCLouvain)
Twitter @maxlambr