Faculty of Law of Paris

The structure designed by [[Jacques-Germain Soufflot The Faculty of Law of Paris (), called from the late 1950s to 1970 the Faculty of Law and Economics of Paris, is the second-oldest faculty of law in the world and one of the four and eventually five faculties of the University of Paris ("the Sorbonne"), from the 12th century until 1970.

During the Middle Ages, it was, with the faculty of law of the University of Bologna, the oldest one, one of the two most important faculties of law in the world. Pierre Abélard, founder of modern law, was its precursor, as a teacher at the cathedral school of Notre-Dame de Paris, Andrea Alciato, founder of legal humanism, was a professor there, and Saint Ivo, patron of lawyers and "Advocate of the Poor" according to the Catholic Church, had studied there. The prohibition by the Pope of teaching of Roman Law limited, however, its growth, to the benefit of the nearby University of Orléans, where numerous important French people studied law. In 1679, King Louis authorized the teaching of Roman Law. Numerous French intellectuals and revolutionary, like Voltaire, Diderot and d'Alembert, Robespierre, etc. studied there. Between the French Revolution and its dissolution in 1970, numerous important people in France and in the world taught or studied there, including Victor Hugo, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Tocqueville, and Honoré de Balzac. The faculty of law is also mentioned in classical French literature, in particular in ''Les Misérables''.

At the dissolution of the Sorbonne in 1970, its two main buildings were ''place du Panthéon'' and ''rue d'Assas''. Most of its law professors (88 out of 108) decided to perpetuate the faculty of law and economics by creating and joining a university of law offering the same programs within the same two buildings; therefore, they created the "University of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of Paris", now called Panthéon-Assas University. Likewise, most of the economics professors (35 out of 41) preferred to found the multidisciplinary Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University with professors of the faculty of humanities of Paris and a few professors of law. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Douvreleur de la Barbate, J.
    Published 1904
    Paris, Giard & Briere, 1904.
    159 p. 26 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Belin, Jean
    Published 1933
    1933.
    298 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Rafin, Georges
    Published 1892
    Caen : E. Adeline, 1892.
    64 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Boitard, Michel
    Published 1941
    Paris : Recueil Sirey, 1941.
    vii, 316 p. ; 25 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Tchou, Koang-mou
    Published 1938
    Paris, Domat-Montchrestien, 1938.
    117 p., 1 l. 25 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Deschamps, Henri
    Published 1896
    1896.
    161 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Fayssat, René
    Published 1924
    Paris, Rousseau et cie, 1924.
    3 p. l., 148 p. 26 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Souplet, Maurice
    Published 1922
    Paris : Sagot, 1922.
    109 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Gouffier, René
    Published 1902
    1902.
    260 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Dufour, Félix
    Published 1906
    1906.
    255 p.
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    by Louvard, Maurice
    Published 1901
    Paris, V. Giard & E. Brière, 1901.
    2 p. l., 215 p., 2 l. 25 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Sebastiani, Horace
    Published 1894
    1894.
    136 p.
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    by Filip, Auguste
    Published 1922
    1922.
    126 p.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Deturmeny, René
    Published 1920
    Meulan, 1920.
    [1 v.] 24 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Desbleumortiers, Jacques
    Published 1916
    Paris : Imprimerie Chaix, 1916.
    211 p. ; 24 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Debray, Roger
    Published 1919
    Paris : Jouve, 1919.
    106 p. ; 26 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    Paris, Picartc1930.
    174 p. 26 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Laurens, Henry, of Paris
    Published 1912
    Paris, 1912.
    131 p. 8vo.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...
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    by Valtat, Monique
    Published 1953
    Paris, A. & J. Picard [1953]
    199 p. 23 cm.
    ...Faculté de droit de Paris...

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