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The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it? (2021)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (in press). The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it?. Environmental Liability,

On 3 February 2021, the administrative court of Paris delivered its first judgment in a very publicised climate litigation case nicknamed the case of the century by the applicant associations. While this judgment is novel in so far as the court reco... Read More about The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it?.

The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change? (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2021, April). The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change?. Paper presented at Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses (online),, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC (Canada)

Following the French President’s speech of 25 April 2019 in which Emmanuel Macron announced a change in the decision-making process regarding the ecological transition agenda, a Citizens’ Convention for climate change was set up in October 2019. Un... Read More about The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change?.

The French citizens’ convention on climate change (2021)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (2021). The French citizens’ convention on climate change. IUCN AEL Journal of Environmental Law, 76-84

Following the French President’s speech of 25 April 2019 in which Emmanuel Macron announced a change in the decision-making process regarding the ecological transition agenda, a Citizens’ Convention for climate change was set up in October 2019. Un... Read More about The French citizens’ convention on climate change.

Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Whewell, E. (2020, August). Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change. Paper presented at International Society of Family Law (ISFL) 17th World Conference (‘Family and Crisis: Going through the Pandemics’), Universidad de Buenos Aires and Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

In 1918, influenza swept across the world and is estimated to have killed between 50-100 million people in one year. Prior to the outbreak of Covid-19, historians and public health specialists alike warned of our vulnerability to a new and devastati... Read More about Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change.

Brexit: Chronicles of a crisis foretold (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2019, February). Brexit: Chronicles of a crisis foretold. Presented at The European Union – Change, Transformation and Challenges

The European integration process is certainly the most advanced and remarkable example of regional integration unequalled so far in any other parts of the world even though some lighter forms of regional integration have been more or less modelled on... Read More about Brexit: Chronicles of a crisis foretold.

London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2018, December). London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK. Paper presented at Special Mechanism and Policy for the Development of Ho Chi Minh City from the Legal Perspective

In unitary States like France and the United Kingdom, which have historically been characterised by centralisation, devolved authorities and notably local/territorial authorities cannot enjoy absolute autonomy. Those authorities certainly have self-o... Read More about London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK.

Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2018, November). Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit. Paper presented at Transformation of Citizenship

In Grzelczyk the CJEU defined EU citizenship as a fundamental status that enables nationals of Member States to enjoy the same treatment in law. In Zambrano the close correlation between this fundamental status and the enjoyment of substantive rights... Read More about Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit.

“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity (2018)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity

In its Decision n° 2018-717/718 QPC of 06 juillet 2018 - M. Cédric H. et autre [Délit d'aide à l'entrée, à la circulation ou au séjour irréguliers d'un étranger (Criminal offence of providing assistance to a foreigner entering, moving and residing il... Read More about “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity.

European Union Law (2017)
Book
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017). European Union Law. Hall & Stott Publishing

European Union Law is written for students on LLB and GDL courses and aims to reflect developments in legal education. The book fully explores the core areas of European Union law whilst setting them in a contextual and practical framework too. I... Read More about European Union Law.

Polyamour or multiple relationships: Towards another new form of family? (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2017, July). Polyamour or multiple relationships: Towards another new form of family?. Paper presented at 26th International Society of Family Law (ISFL) World Conference

Neither swingers nor libertines, “polyamoureux” or people sharing more than one partner, claim the right to be in love with more than one person, openly and honestly. How do they love each other? Is multi-loving the future of relationships? In his b... Read More about Polyamour or multiple relationships: Towards another new form of family?.

Brexit and EU citizenship (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017, July). Brexit and EU citizenship. Paper presented at Citizenship and Law

In the past few years the concept of citizenship has been a growing subject of studies in law and politics. The distinction between nationality and citizenship, the rights and duties of nationals and citizens, EU citizenship, etc have attracted consi... Read More about Brexit and EU citizenship.

The "constitutionalisation" of French environmental law under the 2004 Environmental Charter (2017)
Book Chapter
Dadomo, C. (2017). The "constitutionalisation" of French environmental law under the 2004 Environmental Charter. In E. Daly, L. Kotze, J. May, & C. Soyapi (Eds.), New Frontiers in Environmental Constitutionalism, 146-159. UNEP

Promised by President Chirac during the 2002 campaign for the Presidential elections, the Environmental Charter has become the third branch of the French 1958 Constitution. It has been incorporated alongside the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man... Read More about The "constitutionalisation" of French environmental law under the 2004 Environmental Charter.

Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU (2017)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017). Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU

Under Article 50(2) TEU ‘A Member State which decides to withdraw [from the EU] shall notify the European Council of its intention.’ As the Heads of States or Government of the 27 Member States and the Presidents of the European Council and the Europ... Read More about Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU.

Enforcement of EU law post-Brexit: What are the possible scenarios? (2017)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (2017). Enforcement of EU law post-Brexit: What are the possible scenarios?

On 27 January 2017 Philip Hammond admitted that the UK was not allowed to negotiate trade agreements with the US until it had formally left the European Union (this is different from the situation of the UK having declared that it hoped to be able to... Read More about Enforcement of EU law post-Brexit: What are the possible scenarios?.

Hard, soft and now smart Brexit? Leaving the EU but not the EEA, is it that simple? (2016)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (2016). Hard, soft and now smart Brexit? Leaving the EU but not the EEA, is it that simple?

On 28 November 2016 the think tank British Influence announced that it will write to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Rt Hon David Davis MP, to find out what is the position of the UK government regarding its membership to the A... Read More about Hard, soft and now smart Brexit? Leaving the EU but not the EEA, is it that simple?.

French family law and the European convention on human rights (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2016, June). French family law and the European convention on human rights. Paper presented at International Academy for the Study of the Jurisprudence of the Family - Symposium on the Jurisprudence of Family Relations

The jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) relating to family law issues is abundant and is a testimony of its interpretative dynamism. The family benefit from the Court’s vigilant but qualified protection. Combined with the juri... Read More about French family law and the European convention on human rights.

The greening of the French Constitution – The Constitutional Act of 1 March 2005 on the 2004 Environmental Charter – Assessment after 10 years of application (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2016, April). The greening of the French Constitution – The Constitutional Act of 1 March 2005 on the 2004 Environmental Charter – Assessment after 10 years of application. Paper presented at New Frontiers in Global Environmental Constitutionalism: Implementing Human and Environmental Rights in Global Contexts

Promised by President Chirac during the 2002 campaign for the Presidential elections, the Environmental Charter has become the third pillar of the French 1958 Constitution, alongside the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen and the D... Read More about The greening of the French Constitution – The Constitutional Act of 1 March 2005 on the 2004 Environmental Charter – Assessment after 10 years of application.