• Florencio Travieso

    Florencio is a ‘legal maker’ and a curious mind for innovation and applied technology in Business. Buenos Aires-born, France-based, he is a restless law professional with a 20+ years’ international experience in advising, consulting and litigating. After obtaining his Masters and PhD degrees at Panthéon-Sorbonne, Florencio always kept his academic interest, teaching in Universidad de Buenos Aires and business schools around France for the last 10 years and focussing on the legal impact of new technologies on businesses teaching Digital and International Business Law and Business Ethics and Compliance. Upon integrating emlyon business school, he was appointed as Law professor and academic co-head for the MSc in Health Management & Data Intelligence, focussing in innovation and digitalisation in healthcare.


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    Co-director of the MSc in Health Management & Data Intelligence, Law Professor emlyon business school, France

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