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► Full Reference: Frison-Roche, M.-A., coordination and moderation of the conference L'office du juge et les causes systémiques (""The Office of the Judge and systemic causes"), in Cycle of Conferences, Penser l'office du juge ("Thinking the Office of the Judge"), Grand Chamber of the Cour de cassation, Paris, May 9, 2021, 17h-19h.
The conference is held in French.
► General presentation of the conference: the conference is based on the intervention of three judges, Christophe Soulard, Fabien Raynaud, and François Ancel, who think and debate among themselves on a hypothesis: the existence of "systemic causes". The hypothesis is that beyond and through the diversity of disputes and cases that are submitted to the most diverse judges, there is a category of cases that are systemic, which means containing in what is submitted to the judge for resolution a system. If such a category exists, which also raises the question of the diversity of systems and the difficulty arising from their submission to rules that are not legal (for example economic, biological, financial "laws", etc.) , then the judge should take this into account, both in the procedure and in the judgment they make on the case and in the way they formulate et restitute this judgment.
📝read the program of the cycle of conferences 2022 (in French)
🎥see the conference video (in French)
🎥 see the synthesis video of the conference, made in situ by Marie-Anne Frison-Roche (in French)
✏️read the notes taken during the conference to make the synthesis (in French)
📝read the article of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche restituting this conference, published in the Recueil Dalloz (in French)
►read the works, basis of the two interventions of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche
🚧 L'hypothèse de la "cause systémique (made before the conference to prepare it), available en English