Jean-Marc Hausman obtained a Master’s degree in law (magna cum laude) and a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy (cum laude) at UCL in 2001, as well as a Master’s degree in criminology (magna cum laude) at UCL and an Advanced Master in Human Rights (magna cum laude) at the FUSL in 2003.
In 2014, he was conferred the title of Doctor of Law by UCL. His doctoral dissertation, promoted by Pr. Geneviève Schamps and Pr. Fabienne Brion, consisted of a legal and governmental analysis of the use of populational biobanks established or used for the purpose of scientific research and potentially for providing healthcare.
Jean-Marc Hausman was a teaching assistant at UCL from 2003 to 2014 and at the ULB from 2014 to 2017. He gave practical assignments in various subjects: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Introduction to Criminology, Sociological Criminology and History of the Institutions.
Since 2014, he has been an visiting assistant professor at UCL. He gives lectures in the Foundations of Law, Civil Law and Ethics for Psychologists. He is also the Course Director for the Minor in Law.
Between 2014 and 2017, Jean-Marc Hausman also worked as a research fellow in the context of inter-university and interdisciplinary projects in the field of healthcare (HealthCompass and Biothèque Wallonie Bruxelles).
He is currently a lawyer on the Commission of Psychologists.
Jean-Marc Hausman has authored many scientific publications in the fields of criminal law and healthcare law. He also oversaw the drafting of the book Aspects juridiques et déontologiques de l’activité de psychologue clinicien (Bruylant, Brussels, 2016, 375 p.), with Pr. Geneviève Schamps, and the code Droit et psychologie (Anthémis, Limal, 2017, 579 p.).
Jean-Marc Hausman is also a member of the Federal Commission for Embryos.