Memory/Memoires of Jurists – #7 Hatem Kotran
When and where?
Interview of Hatem Kotran by Wahid Ferchichi
Association for the Defense of Individual Liberties - ADLI
Faculty of Law and Political and Social Sciences
From April to June 2021, based on an idea by Wahid Ferchichi, L’Art Rue, as part of its DPDW Civic_Space digital programming, is inviting men and women who have left a mark on Tunisian juridical memory.
Essentially, Tunisian juridical memory remains under-documented. The researchers and teachers have certainly participated in enriching thought and the body of knowledge. However, we don’t know their classes, their lectures, the thinkers, the schools of thought—literary and artistic—which make up their sources of inspiration…We know their writings but we only a little about them as people…These evening interviews allow us to better know them and to ask them questions about their past but also the present and future of a country which they have so loved and served: Tunisia.
Hatem Kotran, professor emeritus of private law, member of the Committee on the Rights of the Child at the United Nations and expert with UNICEF, is the seventh guest invited in the debate series Memory/Memoires of jurists - ذاكرة وذكريات قانونية interviewed by law professor Mr. Wahid Ferchichi.
About Hatem Kotran
Hatem Kotran is professor emeritus of private law at the Faculty of Law and Political and Social Sciences of Tunis, member of the Committee on the Rights of the Child and expert with UNICEF and numerous international organizations.
About Wahid Ferchichi
Wahid Ferchichi is a law professor at the University of Carthage. He is currently director of the public law department at the Faculty of Law and Political and Social Sciences of Tunis.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 19:00
1 hour 40 min.
Free online on the L'Art Rue -الشارع فن Facebook page