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Welcome to our new Time Off section, which we created in order to share with you our favorite cultural works with an underlying theme related to law and justice! Books, theatre, films, exhibitions, and other areas where our legal profession comes into play and resonates with society and philosophy.

We hope our new section will inspire interest and debate!

Paris in the early 1980s. After living 20 years in exile, a former Basque militant refuses to return to Spain. He demands protection from France, because he thinks his life is threatened in his country. For the French legal justice system, this case is ... read more
“Who can legitimately judge a man’s life? The judge Serge Portelli tries to answer this question by intertwining his experiences, encounters and convictions. In an elegant and humorous style, he recalls his life as a judge, his anger and his ... read more
“Antigone” is a Greek tragedy written by Sophocles in 441 BC. Oedipus, king of Thebes has three children: Antigone, Eteocles and Polynices. After Oedipus’ death, Eteocles and Polynices die fighting to take over the power of Thebes. Their ... read more
In becoming a lawyer, Caroline Vigneaux’s childhood dream came true. But in 2007 she decides to radically change careers and enrolls in the well-known theater training program in Paris, Les Cours Florent. A year later, Caroline Vigneaux plays her ... read more
A young man from a modest background is charged with the murder of his father and risks the death penalty. The jury of twelve men go into deliberation and immediately proceeds to a vote. Eleven vote guilty, but the final decision has to be unanimous. The ... read more
Currently playing at Théâtre de la Pépinière in Paris.   Under a threatening stormy sky, Richard, a director making a come-back, gives his first theatre class in a detention center. He hopes for high attendance, which would lead to more classes – and ... read more

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