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Georges Vedel (July 5, 1910 ‚Äď February 21, 2002) was a French public law professor from Auchmarker, Francemarker.


Vedel is credited as being ‚Äúthe reviser of public law [in France].‚ÄĚ He taught in faculties of universities in Poitiers, Toulouse, and Paris, at both the University of Paris IImarker and the Institute of Political Studies. He was a published author, having written manuals on constitutional and regulatory law, publications which both left their mark on generations of French legal experts. Vedel was most well known for his theory of the constitutional bases present in regulatory law, a theory that united the field of public law in France.

Georges Vedel was a member of the Constitutional Council of France from 1980 to 1989. He was nominated to this position by Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, the president of France at the time.

Vedel was elected to 5th Seat of the Académie française on May 28, 1998, replacing René Huyghe.

Published Works

  • An Essay on the Cause Notion of Regulatory Law. (1934)
  • Constitutional Law. (1949)
  • Regulatory Law. (1958)


  • Long-term Perspectives of French Agriculture. (published by La Documentation fran√ßaise, 1969.)
  • Growth of Competency in the European Parliament. (published by Journal des Communaut√©s europ√©ennes, 1972.)
  • Financing Public Business. (published by J.O.C.E.S., 1976.)
  • Management of Press Businesses. (published by J.O.C.E.S., 1979.)
  • Presidency of the Consultative Committee for the revision of the Constitution. (published by La Documentation fran√ßaise, 1993.)

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