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Constitution of Editorial Board
 

Chair of Editorial Board
Olivier Dubos
A graduate of Sciences Politiques Bordeaux, Olivier Dubos is a professor of law at the city’s law school and the Jean Monnet Professor at the University of Bordeaux. Amongst other credits, he is co-director of the specialist course in public law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV, as well as being the Director of the “Droits européens” collection published by Pedone.

He is a member of the European Scientific Council of European Public Law, the International Comparative Law Academy, the Commission pour l'Étude des Communautés Européennes, the Cercle des Constitutionnalistes, and of the French Society of Comparative Legislation. Olivier holds a national award for scientific excellence and is the author of numerous publications.


Professor Dubos is a leading expert in the field of European Union law and is more particularly interested in all European litigation, be it national, transnational or supranational.

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Professor Olivier Dubos
 
Administrative law
Pascal Combeau
Pascal Combeau is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux. A member of the University’s Governing Council, he is also the director of the Département d’études juridiques et économiques de Périgueux (DEJEP – Department of Legal and Economic Studies, Périgueux) and director of the Master 2 course in local government law. Pascal lectures at undergraduate and postgraduate level, particularly in general administrative law, the law relating to the civil service, and administrative science.

His work fits into the wider areas of research conducted by the
Centre d’étude et de recherche sur le droit administratif et la réforme de l’Etat (CERDARE – Centre for the Study and Research on Administrative Law and State Reform) and relates to “underground” administrative law (internal administrative action, administrative circulars and soft law), State reform, local government law and comparative administrative law.

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Florence Lerique
Florence Lerique is an Associate Professor at the University of Bordeaux and co-director of the Master course in local government law. She is also a member of the Centre d’Études et de Recherches Comparatives sur les Constitutions, les Libertés et l’État (CERCCLE– Centre for the Comparative Study and Research on Constitutions, Freedoms and the State).

Florence lectures mainly on decentralisation, territorialized public policy, and urban planning legislation. She is involved on that basis in the research work conducted by the Groupement de Recherche sur l’Administration Locale en Europe (GRALE - Research Group for Local Administration in Europe) and the Groupement de recherche sur les institutions et le droit de l'aménagement, de l'urbanisme et de l'habitat (GRIDAUH - Research Group for the Institutions and the Law of Development, Urban Planning and Housing).

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Florence Lerique
 
Aude Rouyère
Aude Rouyère is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux. She is the director of CERDARE Centre d’Etude et de Recherche sur le Droit Administratif et la Réforme de l’Etat (Centre for the Study and Research on Administrative Law and State Reform) and co-director of the Master 2 course, Recherche Droit Public Fondamental (Research into Fundamental Public Law).

Professor Rouyère currently lectures in general administrative law, public economic law, the law relating to the liability of public authorities, and legal theory. Her research in the above areas is currently focused on issues relative to rights and freedoms, co-operation between the courts and the law relating to risk.


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Professor Aude Rouyère
 
Civil law:
Laurent Bloch
Laurent Bloch is an Associate Professor at the University of Bordeaux, where he is the director of the Institut du droit de la santé (Institute of Healthcare Law) and co-director of the Master 2 course in healthcare law. Laurent currently lectures on tort law, medical liability, and insurance law.

His research in these same areas currently focuses on patient rights, issues surrounding the liability of drug manufacturers, and the relationship between the socialization of the risk of medical accidents and insurance cover.


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Laurent Bloch
 
Jean Hauser
Jean Hauser is Emeritus Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. Awarded a PhD by the University of Paris for his thesis titled "Objectivisme et subjectivisme dans la théorie générale de l'acte juridique" ("Objectivism and subjectivism in the general theory of legal acts"), he became a professeur agrégé in 1970. After serving as Professor of Private Law at the University of the Antilles and Guyana from 1971 to 1973, he joined to the University of Bordeaux, where he remained until his retirement in 2011.

Prof. Hauser specialises in civil law, the law of persons, family law, the law of succession and matrimonial law. He has been the editor of the
"Personnes - Familles" section of the Revue trimestrielle de droit civil since 1991, and also serves as a consultant to the Centre régional d'information et de documentation notariale du Sud-Ouest. He was a member of the committees on the reform of French divorce law (2004), the law on parentage (2005) and the law on protected persons (2007). Jean Hauser has published a large number of books, articles, law reports and conference reports on the law of persons and family law.

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Jean Hauser
 
Marie Lamarche
Marie Lamarche is Associate Professor of Private Law and Criminal Science at the University of Bordeaux and co-director of the Centre européen d’études et de recherches en droit de la famille et des personnes (CERFAP – European Centre for the Study and Research in Family Law and the Law of Persons). She currently lectures on civil law, more specifically General Introduction to Law, Law of Persons and Family Law, Law of Obligations, and Bioethics Law.

Her research in those areas is currently focused more specifically on issues surrounding the mutual acceptance of family institutions between Europe and North Africa, the conventionalization of the legal status of couples, and neuroscience and the law
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Marie Lamarche
 
Aurélie Bergeaud-Wetterwald
Aurélie Bergeaud-Wetterwald is Professor of Private Law and Criminal Sciences at the Univertsity of Bordeaux. She is co-director of the Master 2 course in litigation, and directs the preparatory course leading to the competitive judicial examinations run by the
Institut d’Etudes Judiciaires (IEJ), Bordeaux. Aurélie is also a member of the Institut de sciences criminelles et de la justice (ISCJ - Institute of Criminal Sciences).

Aurélie specialises in civil and criminal procedural law and alternative dispute resolution. Her research focuses more particularly on issues relating evidence and the presumption of innocence.

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Aurélie Bergeaud-Wetterwald
 
Commercial law
Gaël Piette
Gaël Piette is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. He specialises in securities law, maritime law and contract law.

He is the scientific editor of the
"Droit des Sûretés" and "Droit des Contrats Spéciaux" encyclopaedias, published by Lexbase.

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Laura Sautonie-Laguionie
Laura Sautonie-Laguionie is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. She is co-director of the Institut de Recherche en droit des affaires et du patrimoine (IRDAP – Institute for Research in Business Law and Heritage Law) and the director of Trans Europe Experts’ Insolvency Law pole of expertise.

She currently lectures in contract law, restructuring and insolvency law, and company law, areas that constitute the primary focus of her research. More specifically, her work relates to restructuring and insolvency law on both a national and a European level, and the overlap between contract law and other branches of private law, company law in particular.

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Constitutional law
Florian Savonitto
Florian Savonitto is an Associate Professor in public law at the University of Bordeaux. He is a member of the Centre d’Études et de Recherches Comparatives sur les Constitutions, les Libertés et l’État (CERCCLE– Centre for the Comparative Study and Research on Constitutions, Freedoms and the State) and General Secretary of the Revue Constitutions.

Florian lectures in constitutional law, constitutional litigation, environmental law and jurisprudence. His research focuses primarily on the Fifth Republic, standardisation and the filtering of Questions prioritaires de constitutionnalité (QPC – Priority Preliminary Rulings on the Issue of Constitutionality).

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Florian Savonitto
 
Criminal law
Amane Gogorza
Amane Gogorza is Associate Professor at the University of Bordeaux, where she is also director of the Spanish course offered under the University’s Law & Languages Programme. She currently lectures in criminal law, criminal procedure, international criminal law, and introduction to Spanish law and comparative law.

Amane's research focuses mainly on the protection of rights and freedoms in custody situations (preparatory stage of criminal trials, remand), and issues relating to universal justice.

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Valerie Malabat
Valerie Malabat is a Professor of Private Law, specialising in criminal law at the University Bordeaux. Valerie has published widely in criminal law, including works on criminal procedure and the legislative process.

She is also a member of
Institut de sciences criminelles et de la justice (Institute of Criminal Sciences).

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Professor Valerie Malabat
 
Jean-Christophe Saint-Pau
Jean-Christophe Saint-Pau is a Professor in Private Law and recently elected Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Bordeaux. He is the author of numerous published works on criminal and private law.

Jean-Christophe is also Director of the
Institut de sciences criminelles et de la justice (Institute of Criminal Science and Justice).

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Professor Jean-Christophe Saint-Pau
 
European Law
Adeline Gouttenoire
Adeline Gouttenoire is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux, and director of the Institut des Mineurs (Institute for Minors). She is also director of the Centre européen d’études et de recherches en droit de la famille et des personnes (CERFAP - European Centre for the Study and Research in Family Law and the Law of Persons).

Adeline is chair of the Working Party for the Protection of Children and Adoption, set up by the Delegate Minister for the Family in 2013. She is also a member of the Working Party on the Best Interests of the Child created by the French Government’s Children’s Ombudsman (since 2012); and director of the Observatoire
Départemental de la Protection de l’Enfance de la Gironde (Gironde Departmental Observatory for the Protection of Children) since 2009.

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Professor Adeline Gouttenoire
 
Sébastien Martin
Sébastien Martin obtained a Masters’ degree in public law and a DEA (diplôme d’études avancées) in European law before being awarded a PhD in public law for his thesis, "The modern transformations in public transport services", by the University of Bordeaux.

Sébastien specialises in public economic law and more specifically the problems linked to public interventionism, general interest services, public service regulation, and competition law. He is a member of the CRDEI
(Centre de recherche et de documentation Européennes et internationales – Centre for European and International Research and Documentation) at the University of Bordeaux.

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Sébastien Martin
 
Sébastien Platon
Sébastien Platon is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux. He is a member of the Centre de recherche et de documentation européenne et internationale (CRDEI - Centre for European and International Research and Documentation) and is the co-director of the Master II course in European Law and Governance.

Sébastien currently lectures on European Union law, European institutions and European human rights law. His research focuses on European constitutional law, including EU institutional law, the relationship between national law and European law, and European law on fundamental rights.


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David Szymczak
David Szymczak is Professor of Public Law at Sciences Po Bordeaux, where he is the director of the “European Careers” Masters course. He currently lectures on European institutional law, European Union law (institutional law, substantive law, European finances) and the law of the European Convention on Human Rights.

His research focuses primarily on the relationship between legal orders and the protection of rights and freedoms, specifically within the framework of the ECHR.


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Professor David Szymczak
 
Intellectual property law
Philippe Mozas
Philippe Mozas is an Associate Professor in intellectual property law at the University of Bordeaux. He is a member of Institut de Recherche en droit des affaires et du patrimoine (IRDAP – Institute for Research in Business Law and Heritage Law). He is the author of Droit de la propriété industrielle et commerciale (Industrial and Commercial Property Law), published by Dalloz.

Philippe is a graduate of HEC, Sciences Po Paris and the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne., he is also been made
Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques.

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Legal history
Sophie Delbrel
Sophie Delbrel is Associate Professor of Legal History at the University of Bordeaux. Co-director of the Institut de Sciences Criminelles et de la Justice (Institute of Criminal Science and Justice), she lectures on the history of justice and the political history of the Great Powers.

Her current research focuses on the history of justice in the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as the portrayal of justice in 19th- and 20th century literature.


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Methodology and legal theory
Aude Rouyère
Aude Rouyère is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux. She is the director of CERDARE Centre d’Etude et de Recherche sur le Droit Administratif et la Réforme de l’Etat (Centre for the Study and Research on Administrative Law and State Reform) and co-director of the Master 2 course, Recherche Droit Public Fondamental (Research into Fundamental Public Law).

Professor Rouyère currently lectures in general administrative law, public economic law, the law relating to the liability of public authorities, and legal theory. Her research in the above areas is currently focused on issues relative to rights and freedoms, co-operation between the courts and the law relating to risk.

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Professor Aude Rouyère
 
Stéphane Schott
Stéphane Schott is Associate Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux and a member of the Centre d’Études et de Recherches Comparatives sur les Constitutions, les Libertés et l’État (CERCCLE - Centre for the Comparative Study and Research on Constitutions, Freedoms and the State). He is also an associate member of the Centre de Philosophie Juridique et Politique (CPJP – Centre for Legal and Political Philosophy) at the University of Cergy-Pontoise.

Stéphane's research focuses particularly on German constitutional law, French constitutional history, the theory of democracy and applied legal epistemology.


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Stéphane Schott
 
Political science

Sébastien-Yves Laurent
Sébastien-Yves Laurent is Professor at the Faculty of Law and Political Science (University of Bordeaux) where he is co-head of the Trilingual Master’s Degree “Global security and analysis” (Political Science). He specializes in the study of Security Intelligence and Intelligence as part of the study of Politics.

Sébastien-Yves publishes widely in this academic field in a number of journals, and has published several books and edited collections on these issues. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of Intelligence and National Security.

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Patrick Troude-Chastenet
Patrick Troude-Chastenet is Professor of Political Science at the University of Bordeaux. He is a member of the Centre Montesquieu de Recherches Politiques (CMRP – Montesquieu Centre for Political Research) and co-director of the Master II course in comparative politics: political thinking and systems, and the Master I course in public law and political science.

Patrick currently lectures on political sociology and modern political ideas, his current research focuses on political margins, political ecology and critical trends against democracy.

Patrick serves as the editor of the
Cahiers Jacques-Ellul and as a member of the editorial board for The Ellul Forum For the Critique of Technological Civilization.

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Professor  Patrick Troude-Chastenet
 
Private international law
Sandrine Sana-Chaillé de Néré
Sandrine Sana-Chaillé de Néré is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. She is co-director of the Master II course in international law and director for the preparatory course for admission to the Ecole des avocats (Bar school) at the IEJ, Bordeaux. She is a member of the Centre de recherche et de documentation européenne et internationale (CRDEI - Centre for European and International Research and Documentation).

Sandrine lectures primarily on private international law, international trade law, maritime law and arbitration law. Her research in all the above fields also relates to broader themes explored within the framework of research groups on general legal theory, such as the University of Bordeaux's group on the quality of legislative standards or the University of New Caledonia's group on legal pluralism.

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Professor Sandrine Sana-Chaillé de Néré
 
Public international law
Leila Lankarani
Leila Lankarani is Professor of Public Law. She currently lectures on general public international law, international relations, the law on security and international organisations, and international and European investment law at the University of Franche-Comté and the University of Bordeaux. She is a member of the latter's Centre de recherche et de documentation européenne et internationale (CRDEI - Centre for European and International Research and Documentation) and an associate member of the CRJFC, University of Franche-Comté.

Leila's research mainly relates to international economic law, international law on cultural heritage and its normative interactions with human rights and international economic law, and the case law of the International Court of Justice on international obligations towards private persons.

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Professor Leila Lankarani
 
Anne-Marie Tournepiche
Anne-Marie Tournepiche is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bordeaux. She is a member of the Centre de recherche et de documentation européenne et internationale (CRDEI - Centre for European and International Research and Documentation) and is the co-director of the Master II course in International Law.

Anne-Marie lectures on public international law, international humanitarian law and European Union law. Her research is currently focused on international refugee law.

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Professor Anne-Marie Tournepiche
 
Social law
Jérôme Porta
Jérôme Porta is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. Awarded a PhD by the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense (for a thesis titled La réalisation du droit communautaire - Essai sur le gouvernement de la diversité), he is a member of the Centre de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité social (COMPTRASEC – Centre for Comparative Labour Law and Social Security Law) at the University of Bordeaux.

He currently lectures in labour law, international and European social law, civil liability, and anti-discrimination law.

His research focuses on the European social model, equality and anti-discrimination legislation, and comparative law.


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Christophe Radé
Christophe Radé is Professor of Private Law at the University of Bordeaux. He was awarded a PhD in 1994 and an agrégation in private law and criminal science in 1997, the year he became a professor.

Christophe has served as the scientific advisor for the
Code du travail (Labour Code), published by Dalloz, since 2004. Additionally, he is the editor of the Droit Social review and the scientific advisor to the law firm Fromont Briens.

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