Roger Errera s

Roger Errera is a former senior member of the Conseil d’Etat, France’s Supreme Court for administrative law.
He is at present Visiting Professor at the Central European University in Budapest, where he teaches free speech and judicial review of administrative action.

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Participations institutions fraçaises, internationales
Publications
 
2007

“The directive on minimum standards for the qualification as refugees or as persons in need of international protection and on the content of the protection granted”, in Seminar on Current Asylum Issues and Human Rights, April 17-18, 2007, Jablonna, Poland, Warsaw, 2007, p.28.

 
s 2007

“The directive on minimum standards on procedures in Member States for granting and withdrawing refugee status”, id., p. 47

 
d 2003

« Les droits de l’homme dans l’Union européenne. Acquis, réalités et perspectives », Revue hellénique des droits de l’homme, N°20, 2003, p.1053.

 
d 2001

“On Human Rights and the Idea of an European Charter of Fundamental Rights”, in EU Enlargement. The Constitutional Impact at EU and National Level, under the direction of A.E. Kellermann, J.W. de Zwaan and J. Czuczai, TMC. Asser Instituut, The Hague, 2001, p.25.

 
d 1996

“Combatting Fraud, Judicial Matters and Police Cooperation”, in Reforming the Treaty on European Union - The Legal Debate, under the direction de J.A. Winter, D.M. Curtin, A.E. Kellermann and B. de Witte, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, Boston et London, 1996, p.407.

 
d 1993

“Compensation for breach of EC law”, Business Law Brief, April 1993.

 
d 1992

“Commission’s PVC decision ruled non existent”,id., May 1992.

 
d 1992

“Paramount effect of EC directives”, id., April 1992.

 
d 1991

“Paramount effect of treaties”, id., May 1991

 
d 1987

“French Courts and Article 177 of the Treaty of Rome”, in Article 177 : Experiences and Problems, under the direction of H.G. Schermers, C. Timmermans, A.E. Kellermann and J. Watson, North Holland, Amsterdam, New York, Oxford and Tokyo, 1987, p.78.