Henri Texier Prize Awarded to Dr Duncan Fairgrieve for Franco-British Study on Rights and Freedoms
Institute Research Fellow Dr Duncan Fairgrieve has been awarded the French Institute's annual Henri Texier prize for his Franco-British study on Freedom and Rights, entitled Droits et Libertes en France et au Royaume-Uni. The book was co-authored with two judges from the French Supreme Administrative Court, the Conseil d'Etat, Monsieur le President Bernard Stirn and Mattias Guyomar, and was published by Odile Jacob earlier this year.
The prize will be officially conferred upon the book's authors at a ceremony this coming November at the French Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques in Paris.
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