Curriculum vitae

CPDR

 Jacques LENOBLE

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PERSONAL

Professional address :    Université catholique de Louvain

Centre de Philosophie du Droit

SSH/JURI/PJTD (L2.07.01) - Place Montesquieu, 2

1348 Louvain-la-Neuve  -  Belgium

E-mail : jacques.lenoble@uclouvain.be

Website: Center for Philosophy of Law (CPDR – Centre de Philosophie du Droit)

Private address: Rue des Atrébates,  136 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium

Nationality: Belgian

Date of birth: 10th April 1950

FIELDS OF RESEARCH

Theory of Norm, Philosophy of Law, Theory of Democracy, Theory of Governance

EDUCATION

April 1980

PhD in Philosophy of Law (summa cum laude)

UCLouvain

June 1972

Graduate Level Law Degree (summa cum laude)

UCLouvain

June 1969

Bachelor in Law (summa cum laude)

UCLouvain

HONORARY DEGREE

Doctorate Honoris Causa, University of Sherbrooke (Canada)

EMPLOYMENT

1992

Appointment as "Professeur ordinaire"

UCLouvain, Law School

1986-2015

Director of the Center for Philosophy of Law and Coordinator of different research programmes :

UCLouvain, CPDR

  • Coordinator of the IAP VI/06 Project: “Democratic Governance and Theory of Collective Action" (DEMOGOV), research carried out under the Interuniversity Attraction Poles programme financed by the Belgian Federal State. The network includes 5 partner institutions
  • Coordinator of the FP6 Project: “Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest” (REFGOV), Integrated Project carried out with 29 partner institutions under the 6th framework Program of the European Union
  • Coordinator of the FP5 Project: “Democratic Governance: Collective learning, fundamental social rights and institutional efficiency, research carried out under the 5th Framework Program of the European Union
  • Coordinator of the IAP V/23 Project: “Theory of the Norm and Democratic Governance”, research carried out under the Interuniversity Attraction Poles programme financed by the Belgian Federal State

1984

Appointment as Professor of Philosophy of Law

UCLouvain, Law School

1980-1984

Lecturer in :

UCLouvain, Law School

  • Philosophy of Law
  • Moral Philosophy and Natural Law
  • Legal Theory
  • Inheritance Law, wills and trusts

1977-1980

  Graduate Teaching Assistant

UCLouvain, Law School

  • Half time in History of Philosophy and in Epistemology
  • Half time in Law

1974-1977

Research Fellow

FNRS

1972-1974

Assistant at the Centre Ch. De Visscher (Public and Private International Law)

UCouvainL, Law School

       

 OVERSEAS EXPERIENCE

2005

Visiting Scholar

Yale U., Center for Law and Philosophy

1998-1999

Senior Fellow
(International Legal Studies Program)

Stanford U., Law School

1996

Visiting Scholar

Stanford U., Law School

1991

Visiting Scholar

Harvard U., Law School

1989

Visiting Scholar (Jurisprudence and
Social Policy Program)

Berkeley U., Law School

OTHER FUNCTIONS

2000-2003

Member of the Research Council

UCLouvain

1986-1990

Member of the Research Council

UCLouvain

1993-1996

Chairman of the Department of Private Law

UCLouvain, Law School

1986-1989

Assistant Dean

UCLouvain, Law School

  • Member of the board of Editors of different international Reviews;
  • Director of the collection of Philosophy of Law “La Pensée Juridique Moderne" (Publishers “Librairie Générale de Droit et de Jurisprudence (Paris) - Bruylant (Brussels)” (with Professor M. Troper of the University of Paris)