On 25th June 2019, the court of Montreuil found that “the [French] State has committed a fault because of insufficient measures taken in terms of air quality to remedy the overrun, between 2012 and 2016, in the region Ile -de-France, of the treshold values for the concentration of certain polluting gases. The state was prosecuted for its inaction in the face of air pollution and the complaint had been filed by a mother and daughter with significant respiratory diseases.
Episode 1 (FR) Une discussion du nouvel ouvrage de Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen
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Our comparative law study on early marriage is out: social practice, comparative law, treatment of foreign marriages. Thanks to everyone at @mpipriv and beyond who contributed.
Join our 3rd Rudolf Bernhardt Lecture this Friday, 23rd, 5 pm - w/ @calibasak (@thehertieschool): "'To me, fair friend, you can never be old': The European Convention on Human Rights at 70" (via zoom / livestream). https://t.co/HlCYqYJ1nk
Research Assistant in International Law at British Institute of International and Comparative Law https://t.co/VP9fPJKnk0
Un peu de droit comparé aujourd’hui !
Donald Trump peut-il vraiment s’opposer à un transfert pacifique du pouvoir en cas de défaite ?