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
 
1986-2007

In each issue of Public Law, commentary of the case law of the Conseil d’Etat under the title “Recent decisions of the French Conseil d’Etat”.

 
s 1999

“The limits of restraint : self-executing decisions in aliens’ law”, AJDA, special issue, 1999, « Puissance publique ou impuissance publique ?», p.49.

 
d 1992

“Campaign for Sumatriptan rebuked”, Business Law Brief, October 1992.

 
d 1987

“Access to Administrative Documents : Reflections on a Reform”, in Public Access to Government Held Information, N.Marsh, Ed., Stevens, London, 1987, p.87.

 
d 1986 “Changes in judicial review : an outsider’s reflections”, Public Administration, 1986. 189.

 
d 1986 “The scope and meaning of no-fault liability in French administrative law”, Current Legal Problems, 1986. 157.

 
d 1985 “Dicey and French administrative law : a missed encounter ?”, Public Law, 1985. 695.

 
d 1979

“The right of access to Government documents : the reform of the law in France”, Human Rights Review, Fall 1979.