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25 Years of Brussels Regional Law. An In-Depth Analysis

Monday, 16 November, 2015 - 12:30
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Faculty: Law and Criminology
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels
Building D, room D2.01 (Promotiezaal)
Research Group CORE
02/629 2460
Law & Criminology Talk

Pierre Olivier de Broux (Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis) studied law and history and wrote his PhD on the legal history of network industries in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Belgium (2011). He currently teaches administrative law, legal history, and history of human rights at the Université Saint-Louis - Brussels. The collection of essays Le droit bruxellois. Un bilan après 25 ans d’application (1989-2014), edited by P.-O. de Broux, D. Yernault, and B. Lombaert has recently been published by Larcier.

25 years of law production in the youngest Belgian political entity have been celebrated with a collection of essays, numbering more than 1600 pages. The book bundles analyses by 52 legal experts, covering nearly every aspect of recent Brussels law. The presentation of this book will focus on the conclusions made by Pr. Hugues Dumont, which mainly concern the evolution of Brussels law, the sources of Brussels law, and the difficulties and challenges encountered. It will be illustrated through the topic of public economic law.

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