Julien Bétaille

Julien Bétaille is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Toulouse (France).
He undertook its Phd at the University of Limoges under the supervision of Pr. Michel Prieur. Its thesis was dedicated to “The legal conditions of norms’ effectiveness”, especially in Environmental Law (2012). In 2013, he was recruited to a permanent position at the University of Toulouse as Associate Professor.
Julien’s research focuses on the theoretical dimensions of environmental law (Effectiveness, Sanctions, Interpretation, etc.). Its research areas are notably Environmental Democracy, Access to Justice, Environmental Constitutionalism, Rights of Nature, Biodiversity and Large predators (Bear, Wolf, Lynx). He is also involved in legal methodology, interdisciplinary researches and critical environmental law.
Julien has authored or edited 5 books and numerous journal articles. He is also the co-director of a Master’s degree in Environmental Law at the University of Toulouse.

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