The CERCOP is a research team whose research focuses on what has been called, since the development of constitutional justice and the sophistication of human rights protection techniques, "the new constitutional law".
The first part of the course is devoted to the study and analysis of constitutional litigation and its implications for the democratic balance of political systems.
The second deals with the study of constitutional law in the light of the theory of the State and the philosophy of law.
The third is devoted to the epistemology of comparatism and the comparative analysis of constitutional regimes around the world.
The fourth deals with 'punitive constitutional law' and constitutional jurisprudence on rights and freedoms.
Label : UR_UM202
Main supervisor: UM
Scientific Department: Law and Political Science
Doctoral school: Law and Political Science