Jerôme de Meeûs
Phone+32 2 289 50 60
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Jérôme de Meeûs is an Associate in the IP, IT & TMT practice group. He works at the Brussels office.
Jérôme obtained his law degree at the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (cum laude) and specialized in intellectual property law at the University of Liège where he followed a LL.M in intellectual property and competition law (cum laude).
After graduation, he joined the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) (www.ceipi.edu) as Junior Researcher for one year (2010).
Jérôme joined De Wolf & Partners in November 2011 and was admitted to the Bar in January. At De Wolf & Partners, he specializes in all aspects of intellectual property law: patents, copyright and trademarks.
In the meantime, Jérôme is working on a Doctoral Thesis at the Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis on “Contract standardization as an Instrument for the Transfer of Technology under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change".
Master in Law, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, 2008, cum laude.
Jérôme de Meeûs and Alain Strowel, “Climate Change and the Debate around Green Technology Transfer and Patent Rules: History, Prospect and Unresolved Issues”, forthcoming in the WIPO Journal, first semester 2012.