Delphine Dogot

Enseignants-chercheurs

Axe(s) thématique(s) : Sécurité - Risques émergents

Delphine Dogot is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law. She researches and teaches in the areas of law and technology, international law and legal philosophy, in particular in relation to global governance, risk and security.
Delphine Dogot est Maître de conférences en droit. Elle mène des recherches et enseigne en droit et technologies, droit international et philosophie du droit en particulier autour des problématiques liées à la gouvernance globale, à la sécurité et au risque.

Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille - Centre de Recherche C3RD

Delphine Dogot is Associate professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of Université catholique de Lille since 2019, based at the Paris-Issy Campus.

She is the Director of LeStudio, a collaborative and creative digital/law lab and the Academic Director of the Digital Tech Winter & Summer Schools and University Degree on Law and Digital Technologies.

Delphine Dogot researches and teaches in the areas of law and technology, international law and legal philosophy, in particular in relation to global governance, risk and security. Her research investigates the tech-driven transformation of law and governance. She currently works on data-driven and blockchain governance architectures, on cybersecurity discourses and on the relations between algorithmic thinking and legal practices.

Before joining the Faculty of Law, Delphine Dogot was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Law Department of HEC Paris, where she worked on law and machine learning, techlaw and blockchain applications for law and global governance.

She was an OXPO Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, a Fellow at Sciences Po Law School and a researcher the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy at ULB where she is an affiliate researcher.

She teaches or has taught at Sciences Po Paris, Université Aix-Marseille, HEC Paris, Université Panthéon Assas, Universidad des Los Andes, Université Libre de Bruxelles et Universidad UNISINOS Porto Alegre.

Trained in law and philosophy, Delphine Dogot holds a Ph.D. in Law from Sciences Po Law School, Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Law from Université Panthéon Sorbonne, an M.A in Sociology and B.A. in Philosophy from Université Paris Sorbonne.


Delphine Dogot teaches and works in French, English and Spanish, and reads German, Dutch and Italian.

Publications & activités

Type d'activité
Activités de valorisation, Communications, Participations à des évènements

Augmented Order: The Hyperformalism of Blockchain or Blockchain as Trans-legalism

Paper presentation, Philosopher’s Seminar 2021, ‘Legal effects of ‘code-driven law’?’, COHUBICOL, Vrije Universteit Brussel – VUB – With co-author Andrea Leiter, 11-12 nov. 2021, Brussels.

Abstract

Prompted by the theme of the workshop ‘Legal effects of ‘code-driven law’?’, we propose to engage with code-driven law, or blockchain-based normativity, through an inquiry into the role of form and formalism. Contrary to the claims of disruption and displacement of law through technology, the paper explores the relationship between law and code in blockchain technology as one of affirmation and continuation of a particular stream of legal thinking, a commitment to a strong, yet crude version, of formalism. A strong will theory coupled with automated rule application makes blockchain the pinnacle of formalist legal thought. This automation and the fantasy of unambiguous language in code also indicate that blockchain technology attempts to enhance human law by superseding the limitations of the human mind with the help of technology. Depending on the angle of the inquiry, this augmentation can either be read as hyper-formalist, where the greatest danger is perceived to stem from a loss of humanism, or it can be read as ‘trans-legalist’ where the trans-humanism espoused by the project is problematic in light of the disembodied, representational relation to life it creates. We draw on familiar critiques of formalist law to make the ordering proposition of blockchain as a ‘hyper-formalist’ project more legible to legal scholars, while pointing to the limitations of such a critique in grasping the ‘trans-’ aspect of the technology.

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Communications

Petite philosophie des legaltech

Intervention, Master 2, Droit Numérique et Administration publique, Université Paris II Panthéon Assas

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Communications, Participations à des évènements

Governing a Machine Readable World and the Empirical Dream of International Law

Presentation, European Society of International Law Annual Conference, 2021, Stockholm, Panel: Technology and Changes in Lawmaking

  • Moderator: Daria Boklan (Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
  • Nicholas Ashford (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Delphine Dogot (Université Catholique de Lille)
  • Fleur Johns (University of South Wales)
https://esil2021.se/conference-programme/

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Communications, Participations à des évènements

Tech-driven governance and international law…

Tech-driven governance and international law : from hyperformalism to hyperfactualism, paper presentation

16th ESIL Annual Conference, IG Workshop “International Law in the Age of the Algorithm”, Stockholm, 09/2021

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Communications, Participations à des évènements

Explorations du Futur digital des données de compétences

Présentation, Ecosystèmes innovants, Direction de la prospective, Université catholique de Lillle, juin 2021

Université catholique de Lille, Direction de la prospective

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Participations à des évènements, Communications

Governing with Law and Technology

Governing with Law and Technology, presentation Hague University of Applied Sciences, ILSA Seminar, 06/2021

Delphine Dogot

Activités de valorisation, Participations à des évènements

Gouverner par le risque

Gouverner par le risque, book discussant Université catholique de Lille, C3RD/ESPOL – Lab joint book Launch Seminar of Abib Bencherif (ed), Les analyses politiques du risque, 06/2021

Delphine Dogot

Autres activités de recherche, Activités éditoriales

Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technology

Associate Editor, Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technology, 2021-

Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technology

Delphine Dogot