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LL.M. in European Law

Formation
LL.M. in European Law
LLM

LL.M. in European Law

2019/2020

Direction: Mme Sabine CORNELOUP

LLM - Droit

Diplôme Délivré:
Diplôme d’Université
Durée des études:
1 an

Présentation

Entirely taught in English, the LL.M. in European Law is designed for international students. The courses are taught by a genuinely European team of highly qualified Professors bringing together Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas Faculty and reknown specialists from other European Member States.

The subject areas give students the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of European Law in most areas that fall within the competence of the European Union.

Language:
All classes are conducted in English. Students also have the opportunity to take French language classes if they wish to enhance their knowledge of French.

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Admission

Niveau d'entrée:
Bac +4

Profil recommandé

Entry requirements:

The LL.M. in European Law is open to:

  • Students who hold a degree in social sciences with a major in law or any other law degree awarded by a non-French University after completing at least 4 academic years or 240 ECTS
  • Students who hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.)
  • Students who have successfully completed at least 2 academic years at an American Law School (through an exchange between their home University and Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University)

Applications:

The selection procedure is based on an assessment of the application submitted by each candidate, and, if the selection panel choose to do so, an interview (skype, phone) with the candidate to determine final selection.

Please complete the online form and upload the following documents:

  • Transcripts of records
  • Degrees and diplomas
  • English language test score
  • A resume
  • A personal statement

Once submitted, your application is reviewed by the Director of Studies.

Deadline: April 15th 2019


Results: 2-8 weeks after submitting a complete application

 

Programme

The Master in European Law consists of 12 seminars of 24 h each (288 hours of instruction in total)

  1. The Institutional and Decision-making Structure of the European Union
  2. History of the European idea
  3. Free Movement of Goods, Capital and Services
  4. Competition
  5. Company Law and Financial Markets
  6. Private International Law and Commercial Dispute Resolution
  7. Labour Law
  8. Intellectual Property
  9. Environmental Law
  10. External Relations
  11. Consumer Law
  12. Human Rights

Students may be permitted to replace an LL.M. seminar by another seminar taught in French within another programme available at the European College of Paris. However, this may be done only with the agreement of the Director of Studies and the professor who teaches the seminar.

Poursuites d'études

Graduates have the ability to seek jobs in all European Institutions, companies, law firms and governments. Several of the Alumni have decided to stay in Paris to follow their professional carriers and others have returned to their home countries.

Alumni are presently working at Allen & Overy, McDermott, Will & Emery, Winston& Strawn, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Waters, Kraus &Paul, Ropes &Gray LLP, Latham & Watkins, Simmons & Simmons LLP.

Contact

For further information:
www.llmeuropeanlaw.eu

Admissions:
Ms Marion CHENU
Tél. +33 (0)1 44 41 56 17
International Office
12 Place du Pantheon
75005 Paris

Registrar's Office:
Ms Christine LE SAUX
Tél. +33 (0)1 44 39 86 10
Institut de Droit Comparé
28 rue Saint Guillaume
75007 Paris

Director of Studies:
Prof. Sabine Corneloup

Durée des études : 1 an
Site(s) web(s) :
Diplôme délivré : Diplôme d’Université
Plaquette : Télécharger

Présentation

Entirely taught in English, the LL.M. in European Law is designed for international students. The courses are taught by a genuinely European team of highly qualified Professors bringing together Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas Faculty and reknown specialists from other European Member States.

The subject areas give students the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of European Law in most areas that fall within the competence of the European Union.

Language:
All classes are conducted in English. Students also have the opportunity to take French language classes if they wish to enhance their knowledge of French.

Photo de classe du LLM in European Law
 

Niveau d’entrée : Bac +4

Entry requirements:

The LL.M. in European Law is open to:

  • Students who hold a degree in social sciences with a major in law or any other law degree awarded by a non-French University after completing at least 4 academic years or 240 ECTS
  • Students who hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.)
  • Students who have successfully completed at least 2 academic years at an American Law School (through an exchange between their home University and Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University)

Applications:

The selection procedure is based on an assessment of the application submitted by each candidate, and, if the selection panel choose to do so, an interview (skype, phone) with the candidate to determine final selection.

Please complete the online form and upload the following documents:

  • Transcripts of records
  • Degrees and diplomas
  • English language test score
  • A resume
  • A personal statement

Once submitted, your application is reviewed by the Director of Studies.

Deadline: April 15th 2019


Results: 2-8 weeks after submitting a complete application

 

Structure du diplôme

The Master in European Law consists of 12 seminars of 24 h each (288 hours of instruction in total)

  1. The Institutional and Decision-making Structure of the European Union
  2. History of the European idea
  3. Free Movement of Goods, Capital and Services
  4. Competition
  5. Company Law and Financial Markets
  6. Private International Law and Commercial Dispute Resolution
  7. Labour Law
  8. Intellectual Property
  9. Environmental Law
  10. External Relations
  11. Consumer Law
  12. Human Rights

Students may be permitted to replace an LL.M. seminar by another seminar taught in French within another programme available at the European College of Paris. However, this may be done only with the agreement of the Director of Studies and the professor who teaches the seminar.

Poursuites d’études

Graduates have the ability to seek jobs in all European Institutions, companies, law firms and governments. Several of the Alumni have decided to stay in Paris to follow their professional carriers and others have returned to their home countries.

Alumni are presently working at Allen & Overy, McDermott, Will & Emery, Winston& Strawn, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Waters, Kraus &Paul, Ropes &Gray LLP, Latham & Watkins, Simmons & Simmons LLP.

For further information:
www.llmeuropeanlaw.eu

Admissions:
Ms Marion CHENU
Tél. +33 (0)1 44 41 56 17
International Office
12 Place du Pantheon
75005 Paris

Registrar's Office:
Ms Christine LE SAUX
Tél. +33 (0)1 44 39 86 10
Institut de Droit Comparé
28 rue Saint Guillaume
75007 Paris

Director of Studies:
Prof. Sabine Corneloup