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Revue Juridique de l'Environnement

Revue Juridique de l'Environnement

Founded in 1976 by Professor Emeritus Michel Prieur, the Revue Juridique de l'environnement, published by the French Society for Environmental Law (société française pour le droit de l'environnement, SFDE), is the essential reference on contemporary environmental law.

In four annual issues and one special issue, it covers the whole range of environmental law, from French law to international, European and foreign law. Its inevitable cross-disciplinary nature is also presented in all its facets: civil, commercial, criminal, tax, administrative, etc.

From the outset, the main aim has been to place the texts and case law in their theoretical context, so as to provide a better understanding of this young and developing body of law: the Revue Juridique de l'Environnement essentially contains studies written by the best university specialists or practitioners. Focusing on the fundamentals of the law, it provides the keys to understanding the complexity of the subject and the issues that are so vital to our times. Since 2013, the EJN has been strengthened by the creation of a scientific directorate.

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