Comparative law – Unmissable videos (FR)

conseil_d_etatThe French Conseil d’Etat has made available, online, the full video recording of the inaugural symposium in a series entitled “Droit comparé et territorialité du droit“.

The website also includes some short interviews with the highly respected figures participating in the symposium: Érik Orsenna, Mireille Delmas-Marty, Dominic Grieve & Horatia Muir Watt.

If, as opposed to watching the symposium on the site of the Conseil d’État, you click through to the video on Vimeo, you can access the various portions of the symposium directly – as listed below.

You will also hear many insights into the English and more widely the common law system by Grieve and Muir Watt, speaking in French.

Déroulé de la séance :
00:00 à 26:00 : Discours d’ouverture, Jean-Marc Sauvé
26:00 à 33:20 : Érik Orsenna
33:20 à 56:30 : Mireille Delmas-Marty
56:30 à 01:08:40 : réactions à l’intervention de Mireille Delmas-Marty
01:08:40 à 01:36:46 : Dominic Grieve
01:36:46 à 01:57:45 : Horatia Muir Watt
01:57:45 à 02:28:26 : réactions aux interventions, questions de l’assistance.

Jean-Marc Sauvé, vice-président du Conseil d’État
Modérateur :
Érik Orsenna, de l’Académie française, conseiller d’État (h.)
Intervenants :
Mireille Delmas-Marty, professeur honoraire au Collège de France
Dominic Grieve, membre de la Chambre des communes, ancien Attorney general d’Angleterre et du pays de Galles
Horatia Muir Watt, professeur des universités à Sciences Po.

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Note: I strongly recommend rooting around the Conseil d’Etat website, which is full of interesting information, including a glossary.

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Credit: Hat-tip to Hilary Ancel-James for bringing this gem to my attention.

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