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Regroupement droit, changements et gouvernance

Centre facultaire Faculté de droit
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Expertise description

The Law, Change and Governance Group (le Regroupement droit, changements et gouvernance) was created in the spring of 2004, with financial support from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC), the Université de Montréal and McGill University.

This group of researchers brings together lawyers, sociologists, political scientists, philosophers, ethics specialists, anthropologists, historians, economists, computer scientists, physicians, biologists and geneticists. Their areas of common interest all touch upon the relation between the law and social and technological change. The research projects they collaborate on contribute to the redefinition of theoretical perspectives and methodologies in the study of normative justice and enrich graduate programs in the field of law.

The scientific activities of the group’s members fall within the realm of interdisciplinary work done by the Centre de recherche en droit public  (CRDP). For more than 10 years, the CRDP has served as a meeting place for many of these researchers. As history and the evolution of the CRDP’s scientific program can attest, the composition of these teams and the orientation of their work have changed over the years with the onset of new problems, new subjects to explore and new areas of research at the Centre.

The CRDP now leads this important research network for scientific collaboration that the RDCG hopes to support and develop.

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