martedì 4 giugno 2019

INVITATION : Les 10 ans de l'École de droit de Sciences Po

Frédéric Mion, Directeur de Sciences Po
Christophe Jamin, Doyen de l'École de droit de Sciences Po
ont l'honneur de vous inviter à célébrer les 10 ans de l'École de droit de Sciences Po.

Jeudi 11 juillet 2019 à 19h
Amphithéâtre Émile Boutmy
27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème

Réponse souhaitée avant le 20 juin 2019.
Je confirme ma présence
Des prises de vue photographiques seront effectuées lors de cet événement à des fins de communication institutionnelle (sites web publics, réseaux sociaux et print), tout autre usage étant exclu.
Elles concernent les prises de vue :
  • sur scène,
  • d'ambiance dans l'amphithéâtre Emile Boutmy, la "Péniche", le Petit hall et le jardin de Sciences Po,
  • du cocktail.
Sera considérée comme découlant d'un accord éclairé et tacite de votre part, toute photo réalisée au sein de Sciences Po, pendant la soirée des 10 ans de l'École de droit de Sciences Po. Si vous ne souhaitez pas être pris en photo ou filmé, nous vous invitons à vous manifester auprès du photographe ou des organisateurs.
Les visuels seront mis à votre disposition dans un espace réservé qui vous sera communiqué ultérieurement et qui vous donnera la possibilité d'exercer vos droits d'opposition et de suppression, conformément au Règlement Général à la Protection des Données (RGPD 2016/679) et à la loi "Informatique et Libertés" du 6 janvier 1978 modifiée. Les visuels seront ensuite stockés dans nos archives institutionnelles et seront conservés sans limite de durée à des fins patrimoniales. Toute demande de ré-utilisation à d'autres fins donnera lieu à une demande de consentement express auprès des intéressés.
Pour toute question concernant l'usage des visuels ou l'exercice de vos droits : (copie :

venerdì 1 febbraio 2019

Séminaire de l'EDD - 7 février 2019 - Dina Waked

Dina I. Waked Short Abstract
The purpose of this work is to to construct an alternative history of law and economics (L&E). One, that is rid from the mainstream’s allegation that L&E was born in the 1960s to Chicago scholars who revived the interaction between law and economics, which they argue, lay dormant since Bentham writing in 1789. It provides a journey through one hundred years of economic and legal thought, between 1870 and 1970. It highlights how law and economics have continued to interact, to be entangled and to produce a common language. Both legal and economic thought have gone through immense transformations that have shaped their discourses over the years. I have chosen to focus on only three of these transformations, that I refer to as paradigm shifts, that I consider significant to the story I narrate. 

lunedì 21 gennaio 2019

Round table on the book: The Case for an International Court of Civil Justice - Monday, January 28, 2019

Round table on the book: The Case for an International Court of Civil Justice (Cambridge University Press, 2018) by Maya Steinitz, Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law and Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School.

Monday, January 28, 2019

Sciences Po
Salle François Goguel
27, rue Saint-Guillaume
Paris 7ème
With Horatia Muir Watt (Sciences Po Law School)
The book argues that we live in a world in which the victims of cross-border mass torts de facto lack a court to turn to in order to pursue legal action against multinational corporations responsible for disasters, atrocities, and other harms. And even though tort victims ultimately receive no redress, corporations must nonetheless spend large sums to defend against sprawling, parallel litigations. The only way to provide a fair, legitimate, and efficient process for both victims and corporations is to create an International Court of Civil Justice (ICCJ). The book presents both justice-based and economics-based arguments in favor of an ICCJ. Closely associated with the economic arguments is a broader explanation for why the proposal is not only timely but also, perhaps counterintuitively, politically viable. The book also provides a procedural and institutional design for such a court, addressing such issues as personal and subject-matter jurisdiction, remedies, appeal, preclusion, and judicial independence.
Professor Maya Steinitz teaches civil procedure, international arbitration, international business transactions, and corporations. Her research focuses on a wide range of topics including the intersection of civil litigation and corporate law, public and business international law, transnational dispute resolution, and the global legal profession. She has taught courses in comparative law, international law, and international dispute resolution at Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, Tel Aviv University, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prior to joining academia she served as a litigator at Latham & Watkins, LLP and Flemming, Zulack & Williamson LLP and clerked for the Hon. Esther Hayut, currently the Chief Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court. Professor Steinitz remains active in international dispute resolution and regularly serves as an arbitrator, expert, and counsel in international and domestic arbitrations.
Registration (before January 24, 2019)
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sabato 19 gennaio 2019

Invitation to Book Launch 7 Feb 2019 - Sciences PO

With the participation of Antoine Garapon and Paul Lagarde.
Global Private International Law, Adjudication without


(Edward Elgar Publishing, January 2019)

Edited by:
Horatia Muir Watt, Professor of Law, SciencesPo Law School, Paris, France,
Lucia Bíziková, Trainee in an international law firm, London, UK,
Agatha Brandão de Oliveira, Guest Lecturer, Federal University of Espirito Santo (UFES), Brazil and member of the Brazilian Bar
Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo, Professor of Law, SciencesPo Law School, Paris, France
To celebrate this special occasion, we will be organising a book launch event with a cocktail, in Paris, at 13 rue Soufflot 75005, on Thursday, 7 February 2019, at 18:00 pm 

mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018

Conferenza ART - Pier Giuseppe Monateri (Università di Torino): Il sublime politico

Pier Giuseppe Monateri (Università di Torino)

Il sublime politico

17 Dicembre 2018, 17:30
Via Sant’Ottavio 20 - Torino
Palazzo Nuovo, II Piano, Aula di Medievale

Abstract: Nella nozione di legittimità si nasconde un eccesso di significazione che è stato catturato nella così detta teologia politica. In questo seminario si vuole mettere in discussione tale impostazione, riconsiderando la dimensione politica del sublime, con l’intento di gettare luce sulla attuale "amministrazione della melanconia" che tende ad esprimersi come sovranismo.

P.G. MONATERI è professore ordinario nell'Università di Torino, dove presiede il Corso di Studi in Global Law and Transnational Legal Studies. Presidente onorario della Associazione Italiana di Diritto Comparato, è membro dell'Accademia delle Scienze dell'Istituto di Bologna, della International Academy of Comparative Law di New York e della Société de Législation Comparée di Parigi. È autore di numerose monografie tradotte in varie lingue, tra cui il cinese, e ha recentemente pubblicato "Dominus Mundi. Political Sublime and the World Order", Hart, Oxford, 2018.

lunedì 19 novembre 2018

Roundtable series - 03/12/18 - Legal Epistemology and Global Algorithmic Governance (EDGAM)

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2:30pm – 4:30pm
Roundtable I: Epistemic premises and normative metabolisms in algorithmic governmentality and the law

Dr. Antoinette Rouvroy, University of Namur
Discussant : Assoc. Prof. David Winickoff, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

4:30pm – 5:00pm
Coffee Break

5:00pm – 7:00pm
Roundtable II: Interdisciplinary perspectives on algorithmic governance from sociology, political sciences & economics

Prof. Dominique Cardon, Director of the Sciences Po Médialab
Personalized prediction and machine learning techniques
Prof. Annabelle Lever, Sciences Po CEVIPOF (Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po)
Statistical Discrimination
Assoc. Prof. Emeric Henry, Sciences Po Department of Economics
Spatial Variations and Sentencing
Due to security measures, access to Sciences Po buildings is restricted. If you intend to attend the seminar, please register : registration link
Security officers will be provided with the list of participants. Do not forget to bring a VALID ID.
Event details
 Lundi, 3 Décembre, 2018 - 14:30 - 19:00
 Sciences Po Law School - Salle 410T (4th Floor Meeting Room) - 13, rue de l’Université - Paris 7ème

martedì 30 ottobre 2018

INVITATION : Colloque "La Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme, plus que jamais" - 16 novembre 2018

Colloque co-organisé par la CNCDH et Sciences Po
A l'occasion des 70 ans de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme, la Commission nationale consultative des droits de l’homme (CNCDH) et Sciences Po souhaitent démontrer la vivacité et l'actualité de ce texte.
Le temps d’un après-midi, ce colloque réunira de grands témoins privés de leurs droits et qui se mobilisent pour qu’ils soient reconnus des membres d’associations qui mènent des actions au nom des droits de l’homme et incarnent ainsi le projet commun de justice toujours vivant au cœur de la DUDH ; des juristes et experts internationaux qui apporteront des éclairages sur les ambitions et la réalité de la Déclaration.


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