Laboulaye et Kachenovsky et la fabrique du droit international : voyages, réseaux, circulation des savoirs juridiques

Raphaël Cahen, luisa brunori (Redacteur), Laetitia Guerlain (Redacteur)

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Laboulaye (1811-1883) and Kachenovsky (1827-1872) both
travelled around Europe as travelling lawyers in the years
1840-1870. They forged networks and participated in the
circulation of knowledges by playing the role of
intermediary between international lawyers during the
making of “global” international law in the years
preceding the founding of the Institut de Droit
International. Through unpublished archives, this article
sheds light on the geography of the travels of
international lawyers as well as the particular role of
Laboulaye as a Parisian hub for traveling lawyers.
Originele taal-2French
Pagina's (van-tot)1-23
Aantal pagina's23
TijdschriftClio @ Themis
StatusPublished - 30 mei 2022
EvenementLes Juristes en voyageurs : Ce que les circulations humaines font aux savoirs juridiques (XVIe-XXe siècle) - Salle Manon Cormier, Campus de Pessac, Bordeaux , France
Duur: 7 okt 20218 okt 2021

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