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Centre for Public Comparative Law (CDPC) Library

The CDPC Library is the main workplace for its researchers, PhD candidates, Master students and its visiting fellows (overseas professors and PhD candidates). Its collection covers large domains on comparative public law, such as constitutional law, administrative law, or competition law. Handbooks, codes, and case law materials are also available on foreign legal systems such as major Commenwealth jurisdictions, and major European jurisidctions.

20 seats are offered. A separated workplace is also provided for visiting fellows of this Centre.

The library is located behind the Panthéon at the Centre Ulm, two-minute walk from the Centre Panthéon.

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Access to this library is only allowed to members of the Centre for Public Comparative Law (CDPC) :

  • Professor and researchers that are members of the CDPC ;
  • PhD candidates that are members of the CDPC ;
  • Public Comparative Law Master 2 students ;
  • Visiting fellows (Invited professors, PhD candidates,...) of the CDPC.


No material can be loaned from this Library.


Copying services are provided.


Opening hours

Please check the Centre Ulm opening hours.

Monday—Friday : 9.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Saturday : 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

Closed on Sunday, on public holidays, and on University vacations.

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1 Rue d'Ulm
This library is affiliated to the Centre for Public Comparative Law (CDPC).
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How to get here
1 Rue d'Ulm, 75 005 Paris
Logo RER Luxembourg (300 metres)
Place Monge (650 metres)
Maubert - Mutualité (700 metres)
Mairie du 5e - Panthéon (200 metres)
Luxembourg (300 metres)
Useful links

CDPC website —


Centre Ulm — 1 Rue d'Ulm, 75 005 Paris


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