LL.M. in European Law
The LL.M. (Master of Laws) in European Law gives students the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of European Law in most areas falling within the competence of the European Union. Courses are taught with a comparative and international perspective.
The LLM. consists of 12 seminars of 24 h each (288 hours of instruction in total)
- The Institutional and Decision-making Structure of the European Union
- History of the European idea
- Free Movement of Goods, Capital and Services
- Company Law and Financial Markets
- Private International Law and Commercial Dispute Resolution
- Labour Law
- Intellectual Property
- Environmental Law
- External Relations
- Consumer Law
- 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.