Mental Health On University Compuses


Institut Maurice Hauriou



The Maurice Hauriou Institute is a law research laboratory with twenty-five members, professors and lecturers.
Professors Grégory Kalflèche and Stéphane Mouton are the co-directors of this team.


Public power and freedoms: impact of the activity of public institutions on the fundamental rights of individuals, Public property law: law of economic action and property of public persons, Health and biotechnologies: law of care systems / research biomedical / bioethics, Law and justice (s): constitutional and administrative litigation law and regulation by judges of the relationships between national and supranational legal systems
The IMH is organized around five research axes in which the members develop both individual and collective research; all – tenured teachers and doctoral students – being attached to several axes according to their preferences and skills. Center of internal public law, the axes transcend the subjects of constitutional law, general or special administrative law and finance and tax law. The chosen axes all have a thematic, multidisciplinary and problematic approach. They are structured around already recognized researchers (authors of textbooks, chronicle holders, conference organizers, thesis directors, collaborators on research contracts, etc.) and capable of federating the activity of other members and other teams.

It is within the axes that research is therefore structured, that projects are organized and that the IMH appears as an identified center on specific legal fields. The ability to carry out inter-axis research (for example our ANR on Biobanks) and to mobilize a large number of members of the center for certain projects specific to one of the axes shows that this diversity is a tool for uniting the center.


The IMH is also a support, in particular documentary and research aid, for Masters of UT1; supervises and trains doctoral students (45 in progress, ten defenses per year). For his students and those of other research centers wishing to perfect their legal culture, he organizes study days, conferences and symposia.


The scientific activity of the Research Laboratory is enhanced by the periodic publication of individual or collective publications (nearly 2,000 publications by its members listed in UT1 Capitole Publications).


The IMH has specialized documentary resources and its own equipment (library, meeting room, IT equipment) on the Arsenal site.


The IMH since its creation acts in partnership or in network with other institutions or research centers.