Legal Research Center


The Legal Research Center (Centre de Recherches Juridiques - CRJ) is composed of most of the academic staff (nearly 60) and doctoral students in private and public law (nearly 70) of the Grenoble Law School. It is built around three main fields of research but also carries out cross-departmental scientific projects with researchers in different specialties or related disciplines. Each year, it offers two dozen scientific events: conferences, talks, seminars, and more, and forms a part of national and international partnerships.
The CRJ's main fields of research are as follows:
  • Justice and Liberties
  • Innovation
  • Public Action and Territories
Published on  September 23, 2020
Updated on May 17, 2021