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I'm a law student and I've recently created an association in Paris with the name HOMO IURIS - IURISDITION whose object is the progress of the human race to a higher level of evolution (HOMO IURIS) by means of a sustained process of juridical education throughout the global society. My law research interests are related to: Law philosphy and Public law, Roman law, International and european law, Juridical harmonisation and integration, Gobalisation juridique and the building of a future ethical society based on law with a justified expecation for justice at all levels. The alternative situation would be the cause for a 7 billion and growing frustrated, angered and score evening global society.
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