A graduate of McGill University (B.C.L., LL.B., LL.M.) and Université Paris II (doctorate in law) and member of the Barreau du Québec, Ysolde Gendreau has taught intellectual property law and competition law at the University of Montreal’s Faculty of Law since 1991. Her research focuses on copyright from a comparative and an international perspective. Ysolde has taught at McGill University, Universités Paris II, Paris XII, Nantes, Strasbourg III and Lyon 2, and Monash University (Australia). She has also participated in summer schools at the University of Victoria (in Victoria and Oxford) and the University of San Diego (in Florence, Italy). She is the author of numerous publications both in Canada and abroad and has edited two major works: An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm — Perspectives from Canada (Edward Elgar, 2008) and, together with Abraham Drassinower, Langues et droit d'auteur/Language and Copyright (Bruylant, 2009).