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  • Initial training - Continuing education
  • 1 year
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire knowledge of criminal law, in the various areas of criminal law and areas close to criminal law. This training also aims to transmit an advanced methodology to students, especially with regard to research methodology.

    This course therefore aims to enable students to become true lawyers and legal scholars. More specifically, this course enables students to acquire a research methodology, particularly with a view to a doctoral thesis, and in-depth knowledge in the field of criminal law.

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    It is necessary that the students have followed during their studies the courses of General Criminal Law, Special Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Business Criminal Law, and Criminal Sanction Law. As this is a course intended to deepen the whole range of subjects of criminal law, it is highly desirable that candidates have acquired the basics of these subjects.

    The course is designed to be a comprehensive one, and to provide the students with the necessary knowledge and experience to be able to deal with all the aspects of criminal law.

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    It is recommended that students have also taken subjects related to criminal law, such as criminology, law of obligations, civil procedure, and international criminal law.

  • LEARNING SITES

    • FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
  • LEARNING AND RESEARCH

    The course is a research-oriented and in-depth law course. In this perspective, students are introduced to legal research, and in particular to applied research, in connection with the legal professions (magistracy, lawyers, members of the Ministry of Justice). The course leads to the study of the various subjects of criminal law, and the acquisition of a methodology of research and legal analysis (research reports, dissertation).

    The course is designed for students who wish to study the various subjects of criminal law.

    Research Entity: Laboratory of Private Law and Criminal Sciences (EA 4690)

    Other supporting entity: Institut de Sciences Pénales et de Criminologie (ISPEC)

  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    In-depth knowledge of criminal law
    Method of legal reasoning
    Research method
    Analysis
    Spirit of synthesis

  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    Internships are possible in the course and the cutting of courses (fixed in the first semester) is intended in particular to allow internships to be carried out.

    Internships are not graded.

  • SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS

    The course includes teaching, in the form of courses and seminars, as well as research and analysis work. The control of knowledge is ensured by written and oral proofs, sanctioning the acquisition of knowledge, and by the evaluation of the research reports and the dissertation, sanctioning the acquisition of the research methodology.

    The course of study includes courses and seminars, as well as research and analysis work.

  • SEEKED CAREERS

  • NSF DOMAINS

    • 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)
  • SEEKED CAREERS

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  • LEARNING COURSES LIST

  • FURHER INFORMATION

    Pedagogical secretariat:

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    2 av Henri Poncet 13100 Aix-en-Provence

    Training website

    https://ispec-facdedroit.univ-amu.fr/

Head of the course