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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.

The Scots have rejected independence and the union is preserved. Or is it? The consequences of the Scottish referendum for the UK and beyond (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2014, October). The Scots have rejected independence and the union is preserved. Or is it? The consequences of the Scottish referendum for the UK and beyond. Paper presented at SOCIN – ‘Social Innovations: Theoretical and Practical Insights’

This article analyses the constitutional consequences of the Scottish independence referendum of September 2014 not only on Scottish devolution but also on the UK constitution

Remembering who we really are: A Buddhist-based approach to human beings in the nexus between human rights and the environment (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2014, June). Remembering who we really are: A Buddhist-based approach to human beings in the nexus between human rights and the environment. Paper presented at GNHRE SYMPOSIUM 2014, ‘Reimagining ‘humanity’ in the nexus between human rights and the environment’ at the IUCN Academy Colloquium

As C. G. Weeramantry, a former judge at the International Court of justice put it, “Buddhism is replete with perspectives on long-term future. It stresses at every stage the fleeting nature of the present and the transitory nature of present acquisi... Read More about Remembering who we really are: A Buddhist-based approach to human beings in the nexus between human rights and the environment.

Child support reform in the UK: 3 years on (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2011, July). Child support reform in the UK: 3 years on. Paper presented at International Society of Family Law (ISFL), 14th World Conference - Intergenerational obligations

The Child Maintenance and Other Payments Act 2008 which received Royal Assent on 5 June 2008 aims to re-design the child support system as established in 1993 by the conservative government and amended under the Blair government. Both the original an... Read More about Child support reform in the UK: 3 years on.

The implementation of the 'Grenelle de l’environnement' in French law (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2010, September). The implementation of the 'Grenelle de l’environnement' in French law. Paper presented at Society of Legal Scholars (SLS), Annual Conference

In the history of the development of French environmental law, the so-called « Grenelle de l’environnement » will probably be remembered as a formidable and the most daring public consultation process ever organised by the French authorities. For man... Read More about The implementation of the 'Grenelle de l’environnement' in French law.

Royaume-Uni: Une Dévolution Régionale Essentiellement Limitée à l’Ecosse? (2007)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2007, May). Royaume-Uni: Une Dévolution Régionale Essentiellement Limitée à l’Ecosse?. Paper presented at L’Etat Régional, Une Nouvelle Forme D’Etat?

Dix ans apres l’adoption des trois lois de 1998 etablissant de maniere quasi-irreversible le principe de devolution au Royaume-Uni, il ne ferait aucun doute dans l’esprit d’un observateur peu averti que ce processus s’est developpe plus profondement... Read More about Royaume-Uni: Une Dévolution Régionale Essentiellement Limitée à l’Ecosse?.

The evolution of the status of the child in French law (2007)
Book Chapter
Dadomo, C. (2007). The evolution of the status of the child in French law. In L. Wardle, & C. Williams (Eds.), Family Law – Balancing Interests, Pursuing Priorities, 400-407. William S. Hein & Co

The purpose of this article is to examine the evolution of the status of the child in French family law, focusing in particular on the issue of filiation where there was a need for establishing a new balance and that of parental authority, where chil... Read More about The evolution of the status of the child in French law.

The greening of the French Constitution – The constitutional act of 1 March 2005 on the 2004 Environmental Charter (2005)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (2005). The greening of the French Constitution – The constitutional act of 1 March 2005 on the 2004 Environmental Charter. Environmental Liability, 13(6), 175-186

Analysis of the reasons underlying the adoption of the French Environmental Charter, its content, its significance and effectiveness, and the constitutionalisation of French environmental law

‘Les Magistrates’ courts: Un Modèle de Justice de Proximité? (1996)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C., & Bell, B. (1996). ‘Les Magistrates’ courts: Un Modèle de Justice de Proximité?. Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Penal Compare, 3, 607-618

This article analyses whether English Magistrates' courts could serve as a model for French lower criminal courts. The article concludes that, if it is not possible to simply transfer this model of criminal courts into the French judiciary, many of t... Read More about ‘Les Magistrates’ courts: Un Modèle de Justice de Proximité?.

Scottish Parliament - European and External Relations Committee The EU referendum and its implications for Scotland Written submission from Christian Dadomo and Dr Noëlle Quénivet
Journal Article
Written submission from Christian Dadomo and Dr Noëlle Quénivet

We welcome the opportunity to comment on the implications for Scotland of the UK leaving the European Union (EU). In our submission detailed below we focus on the legal aspects and challenges of what we consider to be the best suited alternatives to... Read More about Scottish Parliament - European and External Relations Committee The EU referendum and its implications for Scotland Written submission from Christian Dadomo and Dr Noëlle Quénivet.


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