Louis Hill is a Franco-British Ph.D. candidate at Sciences Po Law School. His work, supervised by Professor Sébastien Pimont, aims at providing a legal answer to the disappearance of resonance in hypermodern life. To do so, his thesis attempts to elucidate the legal roots of hypermodernity by investigating the reasons behind the failure of the theory of finitude developed by modern jurists. Finally, he strives to provide an alternative legal theory of finitude based on legal language.
Louis Hill graduated from Sciences Po in social sciences (2012) and from the Sorbonne University (Paris IV) in Philosophy (2012). He also holds a master in Public Economic Law from Sciences Po Law School (2018).