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
Teaching and training
 
Ecole nationale de la magistrature (the State School where members of the judiciary are trained). 1991-2006

Direction of an annual session on “Aliens and aliens’ law in France”.

 
s Poland. 2007 and 2003

Participation to seminars on refugee law for Polish judges and lawyers organised by the UN HCR, the International Association of Refugee Law Judges and the Warsaw Administrative regional Court.

Presentation of the following written reports :
 
d Israel

  • 2004 : At the invitation of the Sussmann Institute for judicial training, seminars for Israeli judges on “The evolution of aliens’ law in France” and “The influence of EC law on aliens’ law in France”.
  • 2001 : On the occasion of the periodical meetings between the Conseil d’Etat, the Cour de cassation and the Israeli Supreme Court, presentation of a written report on “The constitutional dimension of aliens’ law in French law”.
  • 2000 : Following an invitation by the President of the Israeli Supreme Court, Mr. Barak, seminar for its members on “The evolution of aliens’ law in France”.
  • 2000 : Following an invitation of the Israeli Ministry of Justice, paper on “French extradition law”.
 
d United Kingdom. 1987

As part of the periodical exchange between the Conseil d’Etat and members of the House of Lords and of the High Court specializing in judicial review, presentation of a written report on “Judicial review of decisions relating to aliens”.