Vincent Forray is a professor at the Sciences Po Law School where he teaches Legal Epistemology, Law of Persons and How Do Jurists Think? He also conducts a research seminar on The Government of Freedom with Sébastien Pimont.
He was formerly a tenured professor at the Faculty of Law of McGill University and before that he was a professor at the Faculty of Law of Savoie University. He lectured in several universities around the world: Vilnius (Lithuania), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Cairo (Egyptia), Chisino (Moldova), Porto Alegre (Brasil).
He is the author of a book based on his doctoral dissertation Le consensualisme dans la théorie générale du contrat (Lextenso / LGDJ, 2007) and he has co-authored a book with Sebastien Pimont in 2017 Décrire le droit…et le transformer – Essai sur la décriture du droit (Dalloz). He is a co-founder of the journal Jurisprudence-Revue critique and he shares with Sebastien Pimont the responsibility of the review of books (general part) within the Revue trimestrielle de droit civil. He is an elected member of the International Academy of Comparative Law since 2019. He conducts research in law of obligations, philosophy of law and legal theory, and he is happy to supervise students in these different fields.
Governing globalization through law: The hypothesis of a new natural law
1. Obligation and determination To discuss governing globalization through law, we would like to start by talking about two techniques of government of our lives: obligation and determination. A priori, the first belongs to law or morality while the second belongs to nature and its laws. On reflection, things may not be so simple. From … ContinuedRead the article
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