The purpose of the Perelman Centre cycle of conferences is to study the Brussels School of Jurisprudence and its conception of the law, at the outset of its achievements and those of its great personalities. It is a question of highlighting, on the basis of the analysis of works and their authors, relationships that they maintain, innovations that they have contributed within the domains of the teaching, research and practice of law, the points of convergence and opposition between them, the elements and principles of a specific conception of the law and the reasons for its success and dynamism.
The cycle of conferences will take place in February and March (see the complete program) at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, 50 av. F.D. Roosevelt (1050 Brussels), building A, auditorium A.W.1.121 and A.W.1.125.
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