Emmanuel Tawil

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Emmanuel Tawil
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Born
Lyon, France
OccupationProfessor of Law
Known forpublic service law, law and religious, Ecclesiastical law, public law.
Academic background
Alma materAix-Marseille University
University of Fribourg
University of Strasbourg
Academic work
DisciplineLaw
Sub-disciplinePublic law
Constitutional law
Civil liberties

Emmanuel Tawil is a French lawyer and academic, HDR (habilitation to direct research) lecturer at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas.[1] As a lawyer, he defended the families of the victims during the trial of the Gdeim Izik protest camp.

Training[edit]

He holds two doctorates, one in canon law in Strasbourg in 2003, one in public law in Aix-Marseille in 2006 and a degree in theology in Friborg in 2010. He did his post-doctorate at the EPHE (École Pratique des Hautes Études – School for Advanced Studies).[2]

He is a lecturer in Paris II and qualified as a professor in February 2018. He teaches at the Catholic Institute of Lyon and the Catholic Institute of Paris where he directed the degree in law and political science.[3] He has been a corresponding member of the Pontifical Committee for Historical Sciences since 2014 and a member of the Council for Canonical Questions of the Conference of Bishops of France since 2012.[4]

He has participated in numerous symposiums especially in Rome and UC Berkeley.[5]

Professional activities[edit]

Lawyer[edit]

His legal activities led him to defend the families of the victims of the events of November 8, 2010 in Laayoune.[6] On that occasion he asserted that Gdim Izik's trial "is not a political trial"[7] and that he was perfectly in accordance with the rules of fair trial.[8] He also criticizes the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) for acting as a means of putting pressure on Morocco.[9][10][11] He opposes the prohibition of the veil at university[12] and wishes the Alsace-Moselle regime cult to be preserved[13]

Academic[edit]

As an academic, he specializes in public law – in particular religious law and international relations – and has published several books on it. He is also interested in secularism, whose instrumentalization he deplores,[14] and in the relations between The Holy See and other States.[15] He makes the "positive secularism" mentioned by Benedict XVI one of the major contributions of his magisterium[16]

He explains that the churches' right of asylum was restricted by Charlemagne before being abolished in 1539 by Francis I. If previously churches enjoyed genuine immunity from public powers, now the reference to "right of asylum" has disappeared from the code of Canon law, so it would be necessary to speak of reception in churches and not of asylum[17]

In 2014, he was appointed member of the Consultative Commission of Religions by the Minister of Social Affairs and Health. He is appointed alongside Yves Gaudemet [fr] or Sébastien Fath, among the "personalities chosen for their competence and known for their work, their activities, their knowledge of the social protection problems of ministers of religions and members of religious congregations and religious communities of various faiths and of questions relating to the legal status of religions and problems of religious sociology". Regarding paedophilia cases, Emmanuel Tawil considers that the sexual abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of Boston marked a turning point and that today the Church cooperates with the civil authorities and is not in a logic of secrecy or Omertà.

Publications[edit]

  • Norme religieuse et droit français, PU Aix-Marseille, 2005, 322 p.[18]
  • Droit des cultes. Personnes, activités, biens et structures, Juris Associations, 2005, 640 p.[19]
  • Du gallicanisme administratif à la liberté religieuse, Presses Universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2009, 250 p.[20]
  • Laïcité de l'État & Liberté de l'Église, Artège Editions, 2013, 160 p.[21]
  • Justice et religion : La laïcité à l'épreuve des faits, Presses Universitaires de France, 2016, 248 p.[22]
  • France & Saint-Siège. Accords diplomatiques en vigueur, Cerf, 2017, 200 p.[23]
  • Cultes et congrégations, Dalloz, 2019, 464 p.[24]

Distinctions[edit]

Emmanuel Tawil is:

The Academy of Moral and Political Sciences awarded him the Gallet Prize in 2016 for his book "Justice et religion". Secularism in the test of facts.[26]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "M. Emmanuel TAWIL | Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas". www.u-paris2.fr.
  2. ^ "Le fondement du droit dans le Magistère pontifical et son rapport à la modernité" – via www.theses.fr.
  3. ^ Software (http://www.olfsoftware.fr), Alain Gravelet (http://www gravelet-multimedia com) Olf. "Le choix des libraires - en savoir plus sur le livre Laïcité de l'Etat & liberté de l'Eglise". www.lechoixdeslibraires.com.
  4. ^ "Conseil pour les questions canoniques".
  5. ^ "Volume 41, Number 4 – The George Washington International Law Review".
  6. ^ "Emmanuel Tawil, convaincu que le procès de Gdim Izik fera éclater la vérité au grand jour". quid.ma.
  7. ^ "Gdeim Izik. Avocats français: ce procès juge des actes "purement criminels"". fr.le360.ma.
  8. ^ "La citation du jour par Me Emmanuel Tawil, Avocat au Barreau de Paris – Infomédiaire".
  9. ^ Mourad, T. "La CJUE servirait-elle de moyen de pression sur le Maroc ?". Libération.
  10. ^ "Accord de pêche Maroc-UE : la Cour de justice de l'UE doit faire barrage à l'avis de son avocat général". Atlasinfo.fr: l'essentiel de l'actualité de la France et du Maghreb.
  11. ^ "Accord de pêche: pourquoi la Cour de justice de l'UE devra faire barrage à l'avis de son avocat général". fr.le360.ma.
  12. ^ "Quelques raisons de ne pas légiférer sur la laïcité à l'université. Emmanuel Tawil, maître de conférences (HDR) à l'université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), avocat à la cour (1)". August 13, 2013 – via www.la-croix.com.
  13. ^ "Europe 1 social club – 08/02/16". Europe 1.
  14. ^ "Justice et religion ; la laïcité à l'épreuve des faits - Emmanuel Tawil - Puf - Grand format - Dalloz Librairie PARIS" – via www.librairiedalloz.fr.
  15. ^ "La laïcité instrumentalisée ? - Les Mardis des Bernardins". France Culture. April 2, 2015.
  16. ^ "Benoît XVI et la "laïcité positive"". FIGARO. March 10, 2013.
  17. ^ "Les églises sont-elles encore des lieux d'asile ?". December 15, 2014.
  18. ^ "Amazon.fr - Norme religieuse et droit français - Emmanuel Tawil - Livres".
  19. ^ "Amazon.fr - Droit des cultes. Personnes, activités, biens et structures - 1ère éd. - Xavier Delsol, Alain Garay, Emmanuel Tawil - Livres".
  20. ^ "Du gallicanisme administratif à la liberté religieuse" – via www.lgdj.fr.
  21. ^ "Amazon.fr - Laïcité de l'État & Liberté de l'Église - Emmanuel Tawil - Livres".
  22. ^ "Amazon.fr - Justice et religion : La laïcité à l'épreuve des faits - Emmanuel Tawil, Hubert Haenel - Livres".
  23. ^ "France & Saint-Siège. Accords diplomatiques en vigueur d' Emmanuel Tawil ,Guillaume Drago - Les Editions du cerf". www.editionsducerf.fr.
  24. ^ https://univ-droit.fr/recherche/actualites-de-la-recherche/parutions/32532-cultes-et-congregations
  25. ^ "Dans la promotion du 20 novembre de l'Ordre du mérite". November 23, 2015 – via www.la-croix.com.
  26. ^ https://www.asmp.fr/prix_fondations/Palmares2016.pdf