The objective of the typical course « Droit des mélectroniques » is to bring a specialization to the lawyer in the fields of the law of the mélectroniques.
To give the lawyer a perfect knowledge of the different branches of law applicable to digital communication activities: status of communication companies, professionals, digital content and services, regulation of communication sectors, fight against cybercrime, etc.
To enlighten the lawyer on the constant legislative and technological developments in the sector and to enable him/her to understand the economic and political stakes of all the actors, means or services of the electronic media sector: radio and television companies, online communication, digital platforms, film companies, etc.
Press and digital publishing law
Law of online public communication services
Audiovisual communications law
Intellectual property law
Personal data law
Artistic creation and media law
Cultural and film law
Digital security law and the fight against cybercrime
Economics and management of digital worlds
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The course has pedagogical specificities, as students are invited to produce a research activity on electronic media law taking three different forms:
- The publication of news notes on the course website
- The publication of case law notes on the training website
- Participation in an annual round table discussion with industry professionals
In addition to an introduction to legal research, students are invited to write a research report to complement their internship report
LID2MS (Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Media Law and Social Change) - EA 4328
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
The objective of the "Electronic Media Law" track is to develop specialized legal skills in electronic media law:
Analysis and resolution of legal issues
Oral and written presentation of news files
Analysis and drafting of contracts
Legal watch in innovative fields
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
A compulsory internship, of a minimum duration of two months, is included in the course.
An annual round table on a topical issue in electronic media law is organised by the students and teachers of the Master's programme, and results in a publication in electronic form.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The course "Electronic Media Law" is based on theoretical teachings largely associated with methodology and personal or collective practical work. In addition, a substantial part of the teaching is based on a reversed teaching method, the use of digital tools, as well as an initiation to the main digital technologies.
- 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)
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LEARNING COURSES LIST
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