Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Update to Research Guide on French Law

Stéphane Cottin and Jérôme Rabenou of the Conseil constitutionnel (Constitutional Council of France) have updated their guide entitled Researching French Law on the GlobaLex site. The original version was published on GlobaLex in May 2005. GlobaLex is an online collection of research resources at the Hauser Global Law School Program, New York University School of Law.

The guide describes the structure of the French legal system, types of legislation, and sources of case law. It also provides a bibliography of major English texts, some help with citation, and a list of discussion lists, blogs and various other legal websites.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:27 pm


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The use of the word "race" is permitted under French law. What is forbidden is to apply different rules to people according to their race, age, or religions.

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