- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
The Energy Law course aims at acquiring strong legal skills in the field of energy. It responds to the need for specialised lawyers in a rapidly changing field (liberalisation of markets, development of renewable energies, transition of nuclear energy sectors). It offers a high level training on legal issues related to the exploitation and use of energy, responding to the needs of research and energy industries.
This course enables students to learn energy law in all its aspects (European, international and domestic law, public law/private law), covering all energy sectors: It covers all energy sectors (electricity, gas, nuclear energy, fossil fuels and renewable energy), while combining a multidisciplinary approach with economic, political and financial issues, allowing for a better understanding of the energy sector;opolitics and finance, thus enabling the acquisition of a global and operational understanding of energy law and policy, their evolution and their challenges.
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The students benefit from introductory courses in research, which they put into practice through the production of oral presentations and research reports. They are invited to participate in scientific events (colloquia) related to the topics taught, organised by the research unit (UMR 7318 DICE) and the Faculty of Law.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
- In-depth knowledge of energy law and litigation
- Mastery of the legal, economic and political stakes of energy
- Litigation prevention and management (legal advice, drafting of petitions, summonses, pleadings, submissions)
- Assistance to private companies and public structures
- Drafting of reports, contracts, articles of association
- Drafting of project preparation files and responses to calls for tender
- Processing of legal files Processing of legal files
- Analytical and synthetic skills
- Written and oral expression skills
- Understanding of field situations
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
An internship of at least three months duration must be completed, in France or abroad, in the private or public sector, to validate the diploma.
Supervised projects are organised throughout the course period, in particular in the context of the legal clinic (a case study of the law).
Supervised projects are organised throughout the course period, particularly in the context of the legal clinic (study of actual cases, drafting of notes, draft acts, etc.)
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The energy law program uses innovative teaching methods, with a strong emphasis on collective and applied teaching, thanks in particular to the participation of students in the work of the legal clinic, field teaching (site visits, etc.), the use of ICT and professionalization, thanks to the many professional speakers and the variety of practical exercises offered.
- 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 CAREERSInformation non disponible
LEARNING COURSES LIST
Pedagogical partnership: the energy law program is the subject of a partnership agreement with the CEA/INSTN (Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives/Institut national des sciences et techniques nucléaires).
Pedagogical secretariat: email@example.com , Tel: +33 (0)4 86 91 42 42, Aix-Marseille University - Faculty of Law and Political Science - Espace René Cassin (4th floor) - Office 4.9 - 3, Avenue Robert Schuman - 13628 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 1 - France
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