Ugo Gilbert Tremblay holds a Ph.D in law (Université de Montréal) and philosophy (Université de Genève) and was a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University’s Faculty of Law, working on a project supervised by Professor Daniel Weinstock and entitled « Hate Speech as a Public Health Issue: Neuroscience and the Legal Contours of Freedom of Expression in Canadian Law. » After having devoted his master’s thesis to the concept of involuntary fault in Plato’s work, he became interested in the impact of neuroscience on the foundations of imputability in criminal law as part of his doctoral research. In 2022, he won the ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award of the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS) in the category of « Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. » This is the first time that a student from the Université de Montréal has won the award, which was launched in 1994 and is the most important doctoral thesis award in Canada. Since 2015, Ugo Gilbert Tremblay is also a member of the editorial board of the magazine L’Inconvénient for which he has published numerous essays.