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Law and literature: Interview with Agnès Vannouvong on October 14th 2015

Miniature Conf Vanouvong 14/10In her latest novel « Gabrielle » (Mercure de France, 2015), Agnès Vannouvong depicts the portrait of a generation. Integrating the new kinds of parenthood and filiation, she writes with humour and tenderness the family novel of our time. Interview with the author with the collaboration of the Centre Intermondes.

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Visit of the State Council by the students of the Master’s Degree 1 law and public action

As students of public law, visiting the State Conseil was an experience steeped in discoveries. Going to the places where important judgments were delivered fuelled the mythical character of such an institution. During the course of our day, we were able to walk through the magnificent corridors and rooms of the Council, to approach the people who work there and to attend a hearing. The persons we met during the visit (State Councillor, public magistrate) surprised us by their modesty and availability. They enabled us to gain a better understanding of the profession, to desecrate it and to learn about the existing possibilities for incorporating them. Many thanks to the Faculty of Law of La Rochelle for giving us the opportunity to discover, from the inside, the highest jurisdiction of the administrative order.

Thomas Saulnier Thomas Saulnier

La Rochelle and Richelieu met. This time, it was the people of La Rochelle who went to him, for a much more pleasant encounter than the first. Beyond being able to illustrate the words that we learnt, this tour was an opportunity for a brief immersion in the daily life of the elite under the gilded roof of the Republic. An excellent experience.

Kevin Henocq Kevin Henocq

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Customs Conference 2012 Conférence des douanes 2012

Conference on the theme of « Introduction to the History of Customs Litigation »
  • September 27th, 2012.
Speakers
  • Ms. Rozenn CREN, Senior Inspector, Head of PDRD Recruitment Service
  • Mr. André GIUDICELLI, dean of the Faculty of Law, Political Science and Management of La Rochelle
  • Mr Pierre MAGNIET, Interregional Director, Head of the DNFRP.
  • Mr Gérard BLANCHARD, President of the University of La Rochelle

Within the context of the partnership between the University of La Rochelle and the Direction Nationale du Recrutement et de la Formation Professionnelle (DNRFP) of the National customs school, a conference entitled « Introduction to the history of customs litigation » was given by Mrs Rozenn CREN at the Faculty of Law of La Rochelle on September 27th 2012 at 5 pm. It was preceded by speeches by the President of the University of La Rochelle, the Director of the DNRFP and the Dean of the Faculty.

The Israeli-Palestinian wall through the prism of the 7th Art: fiction and documentaries 2010

Confrérence mur Israelo-Palestinien
A conference presented by Magalie Flores-Lonjou and Agnès de Luget, Lecturers at the Faculty of Law, Political Science and Management of the University of La Rochelle.

  • June 3rd, 2010
  • Video conference


    Directed by Franck Charneau and Christian Bessaguet, @ctice

Debate « Minor offences, major consequences » 2010

Bagatela
The Institute of Legal Studies, the Cultural sector, the Centre Inter-Pôles d’Enseignement des Langues (CIEL) and the association Escales Documentaires organized a screening of the documentary film BAGATELA by Jorge Caballero (Colombia) at the Faculty of Law, Political Science and Management of La Rochelle. It was followed by the debate "Minor offences, major consequences".

  • Wednesday, April 28th, 2010
Speakers

Encounter Law and Literature 2009

Law and Literature cycle of Encounters

Conférence Droit-et-litterature 2009

  • On November 4th, 2009 at 6 pm at the Faculty of Letters, Languages, Arts and Human and social sciences of La Rochelle.
  • Presented by Emmanuel Carrère, centered on his story Other lives than mine, and animated by Denis Montebello, Professor of Letters, writer, and Lionel Miniato, Lecturer in private law at the University of Toulouse.
  • Excerpt of the conference organized by the University of La Rochelle (Magalie Flores-Lonjou and Agnès de Luget, Lecturers in Law), the Cultural Sector, the association quai des Lettres and the bookshop Les Saisons.


    Directed by Franck Charneau and Christian Bessaguet, @ctice

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