Paul Fauchille

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Paul Auguste Joseph Fauchille (11 February 1858 – 9 February 1926) was a French lawyer and scholar, best remembered as a pioneer of air law.[1][2] He was born in Loos, France, and studied law in Douai and at the University of Paris.[3] He had been a founder of the Institute of Higher International Studies.[4]

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  1. ^ Johnson, David H. N. (1965). Rights in Air Space. Manchester University Press. p. 12. 
  2. ^ Adey, Peter (2010). Aerial Life: Spaces, Mobilities, Affects. John Wiley & Sons. p. 70. ISBN 9781444391343. 
  3. ^ Scott, James Brown (April 1926). "In Memoriam: Paul Fauchille". The American Journal of International Law: 335–337. 
  4. ^ Pluralism and the Idea of the Republic in France. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. p. 217. ISBN 9780230272095.