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16 November 2020

When Constitutional Law Imagines Foreigners

A Comparative Cultural Analysis of Columbian and American Jurisprudence by Louis Imbert Foreigners are not exempt from the vision of the law proposed by American […]
3 July 2020

How Private International Law Reveals our Relationship to the Other

How does private international law structure and reveal our relationship to alterity? How does this discipline, which may appear to be far-removed from both national […]
1 July 2020

How Private international Law Reveals our Relationship to the Other

How does private international law structure and reveal our relationship to alterity? How does this discipline, which may appear to be far-removed from both national […]
13 February 2020
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Public Deontology: From Principles to Practices

The growing demand for deontology is affecting an increasing number of professions and missions, from politicians, civil servants and medical professions to journalists and scientists. […]
10 July 2019
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Indian lessons

Louis Assier-Andrieu took his first steps in research alongside Claude Lévi-Strauss. As an anthropologist, and then historian, sociologist, and lawyer, he has long conducted field […]
6 May 2019
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Cogito 6 – Dossier

Can digital technology reinvent democracy? To shed light on an issue as complex, multidimensional and often discussed in a Manichean way, researchers and Sciences Po […]
6 May 2019
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What democracy is doing with digital technology

by Dominique Cardon, Director of médialab. After being touted for showing democratic promise, digital technologies are today accused of disseminating fake news and serving as […]
6 May 2019
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Creative Commons and Open Source licenses – Do digital freedoms conflict with property rights?

by Séverine Dusollier Full Professor, Law School Revolutions often start with stories, anger, and frustrations that are a priori insignificant and anecdotal. This is the […]
25 October 2018

What civil and administrative law have in common

When preparing to become a lawyer * in France, it is necessary to choose fairly rapidly the branch to specialise in: private or public law. […]