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  • Initial training - Continuing education - Work-linked training
  • 2 years
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    The master's degree in administration and liquidation of companies in difficulty is designed to train administrators and judicial representatives capable of resolving the difficulties of companies in an amicable or judicial context. It allows students to acquire a double operational competence in law and management and thus to train versatile business lawyers of a very high level who are likely to become part of the business world;The programme is designed to provide a high level of training for business lawyers who are able to work in all sectors of business life and who are capable of analysing and solving the legal, economic and financial difficulties of companies.

  • TARGETED STUDENTS

    Law students

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  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

    This course is open from the 1st year Master's degree.

    Access is conditional on the submission of an application.

  • STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION

    In the first year of the Master's degree, most of the courses are shared with the business major except for a few specific competences (civil enforcement proceedings, restructuring and collective redundancies, criminal business law).

    In the second year of the Master's degree, the emphasis is on the study of the professional law of administrators and judicial representatives and offers practical situations on complex cases.

  • SCHOOL REGISTRATION

    Training can be access by
    • Initial Formation (FI)
    • Continious formation (FC)
    • Contract Learning formation (CP)
  • KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED

    The master's degree in the administration and liquidation of companies in difficulty shall enable the acquisition of scientific knowledge in the following fields:

    The master's degree in the administration and liquidation of companies in difficulty shall enable the acquisition of scientific knowledge in the following fields

    • Law of companies in difficulty;
    • Corporate law (company law, competition law, consumer law, business contracts)
    • Employment law (corporate restructuring)
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    • Accounting and financial analysis
    • Tax and financial law (business tax law, banking law, financial law)
    • Economic litigation and civil enforcement proceedings
    • Business law
    • Legal English
  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    The master's degree in the administration and liquidation of companies in difficulty must enable students to acquire the skills necessary to exercise the roles of administrator and judicial representative in accordance with the appendix to the March 7, 2017 order on the administration of companies in difficulty;administrator and judicial representative in accordance with the annex to the order of 7 March 2017 on access to the professions of judicial administrator and judicial representative (NOR : JUSC1706435A) :

    • To appropriate and implement the rules of conduct for judicial administrators and judicial representatives
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    • Implement actions for the prevention of companies in difficulty
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    • Constitute the balance sheet of the company
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    • Evaluate the company's situation and establish a diagnosis in the economic, social, legal and accounting fields
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    • Design and conduct a restructuring project
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    • Accompany a debtor in the implementation of the company's restructuring
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    • Managing a company in difficulty
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    • Liquidating a business
    • Interacting with actors and parties in collective proceedings
    • Manage or organise an individual or collective structure
    • Exercise the missions of judicial administrator and judicial representative in an international context
  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    Compulsory three-month internship in second year with internship report

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Responsible for

The routes

Champ 1

Companies in difficulty

(double attachment to the Business Law field)
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