Global Law Theory


Review of Les défis du droit global by Caroline Bricteux et Benoît Frydman

Paul Auriel, doctoral student in public law at the Paris II Panthéon-Assas University and researcher at the Michel Villey Institute for Legal Culture and Theory of Law and Center for European Law, offers an interesting review of the book Les défis du droit global by Caroline Bricteux and Benoît Frydman in the latest issue of Jus Politicum. […] Lire la suite


Les standards constitutionnels mondiaux

From the worldwide spread of constitutionalism to the international framework of constituent processes, constitutional law is in full swing. The doctrine has not been mistaken in examining with the greatest attention the transformations of constitutional law in a legal world in the process of globalization. It has, however, generally addressed these transformations in terms of […] Lire la suite