First published in print in 2012, Sorbonne-Assas Law Review has become an essential online review in 2014 in order to improve its diffusion outside French borders. It is published on behalf of Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, the first Law faculty in France.
The articles are available in full text and can be downloaded in PDF or Epub format.
Sorbonne-Assas Law Review's mission is to publish issues and articles written by Paris II Panthéon-Assas University professors and associate professors, previously published in prestigious French journals or books and which hold an interest for a foreign and non-French public. Providing an international visibility to the French doctrine in all areas of law and the doctrine of our university in particular is the main purpose of this prestigious review.
Publication is subjected to the approval of the President of the university, who is the guarantor of the issues' scientific quality.
By becoming an online journal, Sorbonne-Assas Law Review overcomes any periodicity and will be enhanced continuously. To follow the news, subscribe to the RSS feed.
The Review only publishes works from Paris II Panthéon-Assas professors and lecturers. To submit an article, please use the “Contact” section or contact the Executive Editor, Manuel Miler de Azevedo.
Guillaume Leyte, President of Panthéon-Assas University
Charles Leben, Emeritus professor of law at Panthéon-Assas University
Manuel Miler de Azevedo, Director of Communication