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The Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies

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Publications

The Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies undertakes the publication of a number of journals and periodica

The Journal of Case law and Legislation:

It is a monthly journal which contains studies conducted in legal writing, judicial decisions pronounced by the various Tunisian courts, and recently enacted national and foreign legislative texts.

The Bulletin of the Court of Cassation:

It is an annual periodical which assembles and publishes the most important decisions ruled by the Court of Cassation; it is issued in two parts: a Civil Part and a Penal Part.

Decisions of the Assembled Chambers of the Court of Cassation:

It is an annual periodical which gathers the decisions of the Assembled Chambers they took in civil and criminal matters.

The digest of decisions taken by the Assembled Chambers of The Real Estate Tribunal in matters requiring review.

The digest of decisions made by the Administrative Tribunal.

The digest of decisions made by The Council of Conflict of Jurisdiction.

Scientific work:

The Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies publishes the proceedings of conferences and seminars which it holds, as well as the publication of studies and research it conducts. It also publishes a number of legal work.

The guidebooks:

They are practical books commonly used by and designed for litigators and litigants. They are characterized by their simplicity and clearness.

The folders:

They are publications designed for the general public to introduce them to the newly enacted laws and popularize legal concepts.

  • Implementation of laws and regulations that are enforceable:

The Center provides the Secretariat of the National Council and The Standing Committee with laws and regulations that are enforceable and then undertakes the follow-up monitoring of the working groups.

The field of data processing:

  • The Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies has been an active member in the network of the legal information system (Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) held under the aegis of the US Congress in Washington) since November 1996. It supplies its database with laws and a digest of decisions ruled by the Court of Cassation. 
  • The Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies supplies the text database of the francophone jurisprudence used by the Association of Superior Courts of countries sharing the use of the French language with a digest of decisions translated into French of the Tunisian Court of Cassation.

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