- Initial training - Continuing education - Work-linked training
- 2 years
The Digital Law major is based on an important core curriculum (M1) composed of compulsory fundamental teaching units, to which are added complementary units (economics, legal culture, etc.In addition, there are complementary units (economics, legal culture, etc.) and units dedicated to foreign language skills and openness to professional skills such as C2I level 2 and the preparation of an internship or a dissertation.
Then (M2), the training offers in each of its typical courses:
– Electronic Media Law
– Artistic and digital creation law
– Law, Journalism and Organisational Communication an introduction to research as well as the production of collective and personal study work, to which are added courses adapted to the student's professional project, as well as preparation for insertion into the professional environment to which the chosen course relates.
Any law student wishing to mobilize a high level academic training preparing him/her to enter the digital, media, cultural or communication industries.
This course is open from the 1st year Master's degree.
Access is conditional on the submission of an application.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
The M1 will enable the student to acquire fundamental skills in, for example, the field of press law and digital publishing, Web law, literary and artistic property law, the law of artistic creation or the law of audiovisual media services, the approach of which will be based on the law of the media;The course will cover a wide range of topics, including the law of the digital media, the law of the Web, the law of literary and artistic property, the law of artistic creation and the law of audiovisual media services, which will be combined with an applied approach (48 hours of tutorials and 24 hours of language tutorials), as well as a theoretical approach (360 hours of lectures).
These skills will be complemented by a specialisation in related subjects, as well as by an initiation into opening themes.
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
The aim of the "Digital Law" degree is to enable students to acquire the scientific knowledge needed to master the main legal, societal, economic, managerial and political developments in the digital world;The course will enable the student to acquire the scientific knowledge necessary to master and accompany the main legal, societal, economic, managerial and political changes resulting from the development of digital technology.
It will also enable him/her to master the specific and diversified legal frameworks of the digital, media, culture or communication sectors as well as the associated technical fundamentals.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
With regard to skills, the aim of the "Digital Law" major is to equip the student with the ability to assess and deal with the legal problems he or she will be confronted with in his or her professional activities. This will require a solid knowledge of personal data law, e-commerce law, online communications law, press law, cultural law, audiovisual communication law, intellectual property law, contract law, etc.
But it will also be a question, beyond the mastery and understanding of the legal norms applicable to the digital, media, culture or communication sectors, of equipping students with the ability to learn the underlying technical, political and economic issues.
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The internship is a strong feature of the training system of the Digital Law major.
Printed in M1 as an option, it is compulsory in all the typical M2 courses.
Internships are organised within the framework of an agreement and the student is, at the end of the internship, required to write an internship report;This report must, in addition to presenting the internship, necessarily contain an applied illustration of work carried out during the internship.
Business school - Lawyers' school - Specialised training in culture and media - PhD
SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDIES ABROAD
The international opening will be done mainly through possible internships abroad in cultural organisations or institutions and media, the organisation of seminars of invited professors from foreign universities, or the organisation of seminars in France;dias, the organisation of seminars with visiting professors from foreign universities, or the exchange of students within the framework of agreements with foreign organisations.