This short contribution explores the evolution and impact of the French historical model of public law on European legal systems. It delves into the origins of this model, highlighting its emergence and development. The contribution also examines the extent to which the French model of public law has transformed due to the influences of European law and globalization. Lastly, it reflects on the contemporary relevance of French public law, pondering whether there are valuable lessons that Europe can still learn from it.
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