This is a presentation on the trial of the last Queen of France, Marie Antoinette, by Prof. Gerard Carney. It was presented in the same courtroom in which Marie Antoinette was tried, at the Palais de Justice. It was presented as part of the CLE Paris 2017 Global Law Conference on 5 January 2017. Prof. Carney was introduced by Mr Yves Ozanam, the Paris Bar archivist, to whom we are grateful for making this experience possible.
CLE Paris is pleased to publish the following material from our past events:
- Beatrice Castellane, Avocat Paris
Continental Civil Law v Common Law in International Contractual Disputes
CLE Paris Global Law Conference, Paris (January 2018).
- Justice James Douglas, Supreme Court of Queensland, and Charles Tellier, Tribunal De Grande Instance, Aurillac, France
I Would Rather be an Accused in France Than in Australia
CLE Paris Global Law Conference, Paris (January 2017)
This is the text of a debate between Monsieur Charles Tellier, Président du
Tribunal de Grande Instance, Aurillac, France and The Hon Justice James
Douglas, judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia (also published in the Owen Dixon Society eJournal).
- Prof. Gerard Carney, Curtin University
History of the Trials of Louis XVI Marie-Antoinette
CLE Paris Global Law Conference, Paris (January 2017)
- Dr Daniel Morgan, Barrister
Sharia Challenges to Australian Succession Law
CLE Paris Global Law Conference, Paris (January 2016)
- Justice Robert Gotterson, Court of Appeal Queensland
The International Framework for Court Excellence
CLE Paris Global Law Conference, Paris (January 2014)
We are grateful to all past speakers of CLE Paris, including:
- The Hon. Justice Peter Applegarth, Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland – “Hatred, Ridicule and Contempt: Compensating for Hurt Feelings in the Internet Age”.
- Associate Professor Ann Black, School of Law, University of Queensland – “Can I have a fatwa with that?”
- Pierre Baume, Barrister – “To die or not to die: is this the ‘right question’ or a ‘rights’ question?”
- The Hon. Ian Callinan AC QC, Queen’s Counsel and former Justice of the High Court of Australia – “Art as a Commodity”.
- The Hon. Justice Timothy Carmody, Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland – “Lessons from Japan – aspects of the Japanese legal system.”
- Professor Gerard Carney, Faculty of Law, Curtin University – “Statutory Interpretation – A Convergence of Common Law and Civil Law Approaches: the common mindset of a French, British, American or Australian lawyer”.
- John Connor, Lawyer, Baker & McKenzie – “The founding and progress of the world’s first global law firm: Baker & McKenzie”.
- Professor Jim Corkery, Faculty of Law, Bond University – “The case for a J.D. (Global) – an international baccalaureate in law” (2014) + “Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good Corporation” (2017).
- Benedict Coyne, Lawyer, Boe Williams Anderson – “International Business and Human Rights”.
- Zuong Dang, Lawyer, W3IP Law – “Fashion and the Creative Arts: fakes, forgeries and counterfeiting – protecting the world’s most counterfeited brands”.
- The Hon. Justice James Douglas, Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland – Judicial debate. Topic: “I’d rather be an accused in the French criminal justice system than the Australian” – in the negative.
- Andrew George, Partner, Doobue O’Brien George – “Robot Lawyers”.
- The Hon. Justice Robert Gotterson, Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland and a Judge of Appeal – “The International Framework for Court Excellence – its origins, core values and implementation worldwide”.
- Dr Tina Hunter, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, The University of Queensland – “Lex Petrolea: The New Lex Mercatoria or Merely Petroleum Activities Across International Boundaries”.
- Dr Victoria Lambropoulos, Barrister and Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Deakin University – “The Hot Topics: A comparative review of the French and Australian Labour law systems and dismissal laws.”
- Bernard McCabe, Deputy President, Administrative Appeals Tribunal – “Efficiency, objectivity and the eye of the beholder in decision-making.”
- Graeme McFadyen, Chief Operating Officer, Shine Lawyers – “Cultural Impact on a Law Firm of a Stock Exchange Listing – an insider’s perspective”.
- Dr Dan Morgan, Barrister, Cedric Hampson Chambers – “Sharia Challenges to Anglo-Australian Succession Law”.
- Terri Motterhead, Founding Principal of Motterhead Consulting – “Global Legal Talent Management – fact, fiction or fantasy”.
- Professor Dan Svantesson, Faculty of Law, Bond University – “Internet and Privacy”.
- Andrew Willcocks, Lawyer, ICC – “The Common European Asylum System: are regional solutions viable?”
- Professor Antoin Bullier, Université Panthéon Sorbonne – “The Civil Code from Tronchet and Napoleon to the 21st century”.
- Dominique Attias, Vice President of the Paris Bar Council – officially opened CLE Paris 2017 – “Ethical standards for global lawyers”.
- Tristan Aureau, Member, Council of State (Conseil d’Etat) – “Whistle Blowing in French and European Law”.
- Denis Bensaude, Arbitrator, Paris Bar and New York Bar – “Location and Competition in International Commercial Arbitration”.
- Professor Pascale Bloch, Paris 13 University PRES Sorbonne Paris Cite – “Methods and Gaps in Harmonisation of Banking Law at the European and International Level”
- Alexandre Boiche, Lawyer, Alexandre Boiche Avocats – “Globalization of International Family Law”.
- Stéphane Brabant, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills – “Managing Risk & Crisis in Africa”.
- Frederic Calinaud, Lawyer, Calinaud Avocats – “Sources of French Employment Law: The Project of Reform of the French Labour Code”.
- Beatrice Castellane, Founder of Cabinet Castellane Avocats – “The Civil Code from Tronchet and Napoleon to the 21st century.”
- Philippe Coen, Attorney, Directeur Juridique – “Respect Zone v hate zones: How lawyers can help detoxing social networks.”
- Prof. Dominique Hiebel, Université Paris 13 Sorbonne Paris Cité – “The Civil Code from Tronchet and Napoleon to the 21st century.”
- Alya Ladjimi, Deputy Manager, ICC International Centre for ADR – “The ICC International Centre for ADR: Mediation, Expertise, Dispute Boards and DOCDEX Rules”.
- Rafaela Menezes de Magalhães, Deputy Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration – “Introduction to the ICC International Court of Arbitration, its Secretariat and the ICC Rules of Arbitration”.
- Alice Pezard, Lawyer and International Arbitrator – “Fashion and the Creative Arts: fakes, forgeries and counterfeiting – protecting the world’s most counterfeited brands.”
- Professor Jerome Porta, School of Law Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense – “The Hot Topics: A comparative review of the French and Australian Labour law systems and dismissal laws.”
- M. Charles Tellier, President of the District Court of Aurillac (Tribunal De Grande Instance d’Aurillac) – Judicial debate. Topic: “I’d rather be an accused in the French criminal justice system than the Australian” – in the positive.
- Professor Laurent Vidal, The University Paris I (Pantheon – Sorbonne) – “Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport”.
- Gaelle Le Quillec, Partner, Betto Seraglini – “International Mediation and Arbitration – The Culture Factor”.
- Philippe Tessier, Associate, SCP D’Antin Brossolet – “The Civil Code from Tronchet and Napoleon to the 21st century.”
- Tony King, Head of HR Development, Clifford Chance LLP, London – “Global Legal Talent Management – fact, fiction or fantasy”.
- Professor Terence Daintith, Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London – “The “transnational” character of oil and gas law”.
- Dr Jens M. Scherpe, Senior University Lecturer in Law, University of Cambridge, London – “Men giving birth, children with three parents, and other future family law problems”.
- Jeff Warren, Director, Brand Protection, Burberry – “Fashion and the Creative Arts: fakes, forgeries and counterfeiting – protecting the world’s most counterfeited brands.”
- Dr Habib Al Mulla, Chairman, Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla, UAE – “The founding and progress of the world’s first global law firm: Baker & McKenzie”.
- Professor Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg, Faculty of Law, Stockholm University – “E-Learning for Lawyers – Potential, Pitfalls and the Business Imperative”.