Happy New Year
Happy New Year to all readers of this blog (whether legal or not).
For all students who dream of owning their own copies of the bulky Lamy Law of persons and family (1400 p.), Contract Law (1450 p.), Liability law (1350 p.), Or Law media (2900 p., 2 volumes), you name it and the best, all directed by the great masters of law (Distinguished professors L. Aynès, B. Fages Mazeaud D. and M. Vivant, among others) but who do not even think given the standard price of these works (usually between 250 and 450 €), well they know we like to Lamy students. To prove their prices are broken. Thus, all those who take the trouble to order the catalog “Collection students” on the publisher’s site will find that it will cost them no more than 45 euros (just over a specific home Dalloz) to afford each of these wonders (until 31 December 2004 for two ordered Lamy is a Lamy offered …). Royal, right?
I am not a shareholder at home (in WoltersKluwer , actually), but such a trade policy that is small hat off.
” Love each other ! “
I found this rather old quote by revising this morning, scribbled on a course page:
From a teacher about the contractual solidarity that surrounded the arrest and Huard Chevassus On:
“… It was something that time! It was no longer” Free Willy “but” Save the contract! “In the Court of Cassation was” do you love each other! “,” Yes to fraternal performance of the Contract “”
How could I forget to post that?
New review about LMD
In the series “let’s be frank,” Hervé Croze denounced the “phased in places strainers as part of initial training” and regretted the “aristocratic distrust [university] against the professionalisation and professional.” Read .
The footnote page of the week
Dalloz in the last week (p. 2808), Marie-Christine Lebreton, lecturer at the University of Le Havre, makes a first bright (not shining as it) of the local justice. Towards the end of her article, Ms. Lebreton says:
…art. 35-13 of the Decree of 15 May 2003 requires every judge to follow close each year ten days of training. This obligation […] is useless for local judges who are also lecturers of the universities, which have theoretical knowledge at least equivalent if not superior to those stakeholders NHS.
At the end of his statement, the author refers to a footnote tasty page:
An appeals court judge, during a speech to the NHS, has said that the “adversarial principle is a principle of natural law” … As for the legal resolution of disputes, it leaves the least pensive as another speaker told the local judges that the “lack of precedent in French law allows the judge to disregard the solutions of the Court of Cassation and to use the code” …
I find that the footnote page (content as the conclusions drawn from it) is worth its weight in peanuts.
“This agreement is of little interest. It is an agreement on hold. This is the gas law.”
Save the college, save lawyers
For my part I dare say that I quite agree with what is said. It is not a great courage, since -Precision Important Information- text is co-signed by many deans (all?) Of which: Paul-Henri Antonmattéi, Françoise Dekeuwer-Défossez, Leveneur Laurent, Jacques Mestre, and so on of the best.
“… This decision marks a turnaround since contradict a previous judgment of the Court of Cassation that I criticized … … so there necessarily I will say that this is a good solution. It … to be consistent with himself … … You know, the right one can say anything, the important thing is to take the helm. “
The thesis of Christian Laplanche
Here is the summary :
“Judicial correctionnalisation phenomenon of relative decriminalization and derogatory practice the principle of legality as the courts jurisdiction rules, acts on the penal system from two points of view. Criminal policy instrument for adapting the law to the state and evolution of manners, the spirit of the law enforcement system as to the evolution of crime, it does not fall unless he appears the permanence of the arbitrary system of penalties set by the principle of criminal law. The perverse effects it generates appear to order a reform legalizes the practice. “