Le Recueil Penant is the oldest law review on private law in Africa (est. 1891).
It’s also the only law review that publishes articles on doctrines and commentary on jurisprudence. In these pages, you’ll find articles by leading specialists: academics, magistrates, lawyers, and other law practitioners. Le Recueil Penant publishes decisions on jurisprudence by the Cour Commune de Justice et d’Arbitrage de l’OHADA.
This review is also an important research tool for any and all jurists who practice on the African continent. The review treats domains such as Social Law, Commercial Law, class action, civil cases, and negotiation. Most articles are written in French, but some will be in English. In any case, this is an essential reference for students and practitioners seeking to familiarize themselves with or become experts in international practices.
Le Recueil Penant also regularly publishes special issues (safety, bank guarantees, class action, negotiation), that will be particularly interesting to practitioners. This diversified quarterly magazine offers readers a wide range of information on law in Africa.
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