Camille Domange is a lawyer at the Paris Bar and the founding partner of the french boutique law firm CDO AVOCAT. He joined Pierrat & Associés Law Firm as Of Counsel in september 2019.
Highly experienced professional in the areas of culture, digital and media, Camille Domange was previously Group General Counsel & Public Affairs Director of the powerhouse production company EndemolShine after having been the Head of the Department of Digital Policy at the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. As part of his activities, he held several ministerial, interministerial and european positions (Council of Europe and European Commission) on topics related to the development of the digital economy and copyright.
Camille Domange is graduated in law and economics and holding the Professional Lawyer’s Certificate (CAPA), a Diploma from ESSEC Business School in negotiation strategy, the DJCE Diploma (Company law Master’s Degree) and a Master’s Degree in business law with a specialization in intellectual property and information technology from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Aix-Marseille University. He has also conducted PhD studies on open innovation at the National Center fo Scientific Research (CNRS) and Paris II Panthéon Assas University.
Camille Domange is the author of various reports dedicated to the digital policies and more particularly a ministerial report on the data economy and the digital revolution in the cultural sector. He is also author and co-author of books concerning contemporary art and digital and he regularly contributes to the writing of articles on legal current topics. He has also recently been involved in writing an online educational resource on IP in Africa for an international organization.
He also teaches or lectures on intellectual property law, digital law, media law, content management on the Internet (Sorbonne Law School – University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Business Law Institute – Aix-Marseille University, MediaFaculty) as well as the cross-cutting issues of culture and digital technology.
Camille Domange invested himself for 2 years in a pro bono activity in favor of a Free and Open Internet as Public Policy Lead for Creative Commons. He is a member of the Board of the French Computer Law Association (AFDIT).