- Initial training - Continuing education - Work-linked training
- 1 year
The high level training course "Corporate Engineering" aims to enable students to reinforce and optimise their knowledge of corporate law, financial law, business taxation, accounting and financial analysis, collective procedures and restructuring, banking and finance, with the aim of training lawyers specialised in corporate law; and financial analysis, collective procedures and restructuring, banking, finance, with the aim of training lawyers specialised in company law, mergers and acquisitions and financial operations (market and non-market), fund raising (LBO).
Graduates of this pathway will be able to join regional, national and even international law firms (as lawyers or solicitors), legal departments of banks and large companies. In addition, further study is possible within the framework of partnerships with LLMs or business schools (including major courses: ESCP, EM Lyon, Audencia, Kedge Business School).
Requires a legal education at Master I level or equivalent
- special company law
- law of companies in difficulty
- business contract law
- business tax law 1 and 2
- accounting law 1 and financial analysis 2
- financial law
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
Students will be trained in research in their specialist field. They will receive training in research techniques and appropriate methodological advice. They will have the opportunity to prepare various documents, some of which will be dissertations, and will take part in colloquia and scientific events organised by the CDE's team of research professors.
The CDE's team of research professors will also be involved in the development of the research programme.
The diploma relies, for research, on the CDE (EA 4224) and within it on a team dedicated to corporate law.
The training is part of the IDA (Institut de Droit des Affaires).
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
The Corporate Engineering pathway enables students to acquire the skills necessary to work as lawyers and legal experts specializing in corporate law.
- Company formation and operation .
- Legal supervision of companies .
- Recording deeds (transfer of securities, funds, business, mergers and acquisitions, etc.)
- Reconstructing the company’s balance sheet
- Financial analysis of the company .
- Evaluate the situation of the company and establish a diagnosis in the economic, social, legal and accounting fields .
- Design and conduct a restructuring project .
- Implementing the restructuring of the company .
- Interacting with the actors and parties to the company contract
- Manage or organise an individual or collective structure .
- Practising as a lawyer or in-house lawyer .
- Organise fundraising, financing plan .
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
Students are required to complete an internship during the typical course that is directly related to their training. The internship must last a minimum of three months (and may continue for a further three months). It is the subject of a report. The internship can be replaced by the writing of a dissertation.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
In the typical Corporate Engineering course, the emphasis is on the in-depth study of corporate law, financial law, tax law and financial accounting with practical application to complex cases.
- 128G Droit fiscal ; Droit des affaires ; Droit pénal ; Droit de l'environnement ; Droit de la santé ; Droit de la sécurité et de la défense ; Droit du transport etc (fr)
- 313M Finances, banques, assurances (non indiquée ou autre) (fr)
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LEARNING COURSES LIST
- Sylvie ROUX, e-mail :Sylvie.email@example.com, t&e;l. 04.42.17.25.60, Institut de droit des affaires, 3 avenue Robert Schuman 13628, Aix-en-Provence, Cedex 1