Droit

Séminaires passés

Stéphane Mechoulan (Dalhousie University), « Civil Unrest, Emergency Powers, and Spillover Effects: A Mixed Methods Analysis of the 2005 French Riots », IAST Lunch Seminar, Toulouse : IAST, 4 juin 2019, 12h45–13h45, salle MS 003.

Diane P. Wood (Chief United States Judge for the 7th Circuit), « Current Challenges for Transnational Regulation », Constitutional Law and Society Contemporary Problems, 18 avril 2019, 10h00–12h00, salle MS001.

Carlo Horz, « Political Interventions in the Administration of Justice », IAST Lunch Seminar, Toulouse : IAST, 26 mars 2019, 12h45–13h45, salle MS001.

Suzannah Lipscomb (University of Roehampton), « Passing God’s Judgment: The Reformed Church and Women in Sixteenth-Century Languedoc: 3rd DL », IAST General Seminar, Toulouse : IAST, 7 décembre 2017, 18h00–20h00, salle Amphiteater Cujas.

Daniela Campello (School of business and public administration in Rio de Janeiro) et Cesar Zucco (School of business and public administration in Rio de Janeiro), « Rewarding Merit or Luck? », Democracy & Development Talks, 30 novembre 2017, 14h30–16h00, salle MS002.

Nicola Lacey (London School of Economics), « Crime, punishment and segregation in the United States: The paradox of local democracy », IAST General Seminar, Toulouse : IAST, 17 novembre 2017, 11h30–12h30, salle MF323.

Nicola Lacey (London School of Economics), « Why is crime overwhelmingly dominated by men?: 2nd DL », IAST General Seminar, Toulouse : IAST, 16 novembre 2017, 18h00–20h00, salle Amphiteater Cujas.