- Initial training - Continuing education
- 2 years
The Master mention « health law » aims to train qualified lawyers. The Master is organised over a two-year cycle:
- The first year provides a basic understanding of health law. During the latter, fundamental teachings are given during lectures. Students must, in addition to the lectures, follow tutorials.
- In the second year of the Master's degree students of the mention choose within the course 3 options respectively oriented towards research, private law of health or public law of health.
The health law specialisation is intended to welcome people with a law degree. In addition, doctors in medicine or pharmacy can also enter this course in order to develop and acquire additional legal skills to complement their initial training.
This course is intended for people with a degree in law.
This course is open from the 1st year Master's degree.
Access is conditional on the submission of an application.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
The training allows all students to acquire common knowledge through:
The training allows all students to acquire common knowledge through
In the first year, all subject and cross-curricular teaching is compulsory. A reinforced common base in the field of health law is proposed to the students, four subjects in directed work and two without directed work. In the second year, the course is built around a common core of 180 hours and 3 options oriented towards research or the private or public health sector.
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
The training in health law aims at the acquisition of legal knowledge in the health field. The objective of the training is to assimilate the foundations of public and private health law.
The teaching relating to the public organisation of health, the health professions, bioethics, the rights of users of the health system, health establishments, health products, the problems of the health system and the health care system;The course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of health law, including health and environmental issues, liability mechanisms, medical expertise, and protection against disease.
The training is oriented on the mastery of legal methodology and legal reasoning, specific to this disciplinary field. These two skills are essential both for the success of health competitions, and for professionalization, or even to engage in a doctorate.
The training is oriented on the mastery of legal methodology and legal reasoning, specific to this field.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
The training enables all students to acquire the knowledge necessary for professionalization in the health field.
The Master's courses provide the skills necessary for learning the health profession.
The Master's degree courses thus provide the necessary skills to learn about the problems related to health law.
In addition to the fundamental disciplines, in health law, students have the possibility in the first year of the master's degree to follow courses from other fields (consumer law, competition law and social protection law, victims' law).
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The students of the Master have the possibility, in the first year, to do an internship or a research report.
In the second year, the options public hospital system and legal advice to health companies, give rise to a research report.
In the second year, the options public hospital system and legal advice to health companies, give rise to valued internships. At the end of the internship, a defence will be held.
At the end of the Master's degree students have the opportunity to continue their studies by taking a thesis.
SUPPORT FOR YOUR LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION
Students of the master 1 can choose as an option of the UE5 the realisation of an internship followed by the writing of a report. They are then supervised by a tutor. The students of the MP « Medical and Pharmaceutical Law » and « Expertise in the national and international penal system » complete an internship which is the subject of a report and a defense. This integration into the professional environment is monitored by a PM teacher.
SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDIES ABROAD
Health law is a disciplinary field open to international issues. The laboratory organises international colloquia which are open to students. In addition, foreign professors regularly come to give lectures on health topics.
The laboratory organises international colloquia open to students.