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This is the text of a debate between Monsieur Charles Tellier, Président du Tribunal de Grande Instance, Aurillac, France and The Hon Justice James Douglas, judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia.

Delivered at the CLE Paris Program 6 January 2017.



This conference debate compares the models of proceedings that are typical of the two major legal systems in the world, the Continental (Roman and German tradition) and the Anglo-Saxon (common law tradition) systems.

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