Although abolished in the early hours of the Revolution, some privileges seem to have survived and found confusing expressions, as evidenced by a recent scandal within the Comic Opera around....a box acquired under Louis XVI by the Dukes of Choiseul and jealously guarded by them under the Republic.
Faced with the silence of the law, and at a time when litigation is heading towards the courts, Emmanuelle Saulnier-Cassia, professor of law, Franck Monnier, legal historian, and Jean-Claude Yon, historian specialising in cultural institutions, will discuss this most delicate subject.
Our new partner, the King's Student Law Review, is actively looking for papers in Commercial Law!
Our next conference will take place on the 25th of January 2019 on the topic of "Law and Science". If you wish to attend, please register here.
The review is currently accepting papers for its second issue. All papers, which may be written either in French or in English, shall not exceed 40 pages and are required to conform to our editorial guideline available on our website.
Following the publication of the first issue, Valentin Pinel le Dret, founder of the Review, has been replaced as Editor in Chief of the Review by Paul Heckler.
The first issue of the Sorbonne Student Law Review - Revue juridique des étudiants de la Sorbonne will be published online on September 21, 2018.
On this occasion, the review's teams are pleased to invite you to the inaugural cocktail on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 5 p.m. in the Decanal apartment of the Centre Panthéon (Paris) in the presence of Professor George Haddad, President of the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, and Professor François-Guy Trébulle, Director of the Sorbonne Law School.