- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
This course is aimed at students wishing to acquire training in environmental law. The subject is taught in all its dimensions: public law, private law, international, European, French and comparative law. The course emphasises the litigation aspects, in particular by allowing students to participate in a legal clinic.
The course is designed for students who have already completed their studies.
This course is aimed at students who wish to:
- Interpret the environmental services of public or private persons;
- Intégrate a law firm specialising in environmental law;
- Intending an international, intergovernmental or non-governmental organisation;
Pursue a doctorate in order to take the competitive exams for higher education.
Students who have obtained an M1 in Law, preferably (but not exclusively) an M1 in International and European Law
Environmental and territorial law ; International environmental law ; International public law ; European litigation ; Law of international organizations ; International economic law
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
Semester 3 begins with a unit designed to provide students with a basic foundation of knowledge in international, European, national and comparative environmental law. Students then have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge through various seminars on environmental litigation, risk management, management of the natural environment and biodiversity. Finally, they follow a unit dedicated to transversal skills allowing them to learn about documentary research, job search and to improve their English.
The fourth semester leaves the students with the opportunity to learn about the environment and to improve their English. Semester 4 gives students the opportunity to choose between a 3-6 month internship (professional pathway), a research dissertation (research pathway) or a semester abroad in a partner university.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
To master research and reasoning methods specific to international and European law and to apply this knowledge to the environmental field;
To reinforce the theoretical knowledge of the students by deepening certain fundamental aspects and by taking into account recent developments in international and European environmental law;
To develop practical knowledge of the subject through a very concrete approach delivered by practitioners and focusing on litigation aspects
To enrich the general culture of students in non-legal disciplines which are nonetheless essential to the understanding of the issues and methods of environmental law;
To prepare students for future positions as teachers, researchers, international or national agents, diplomats, lawyers, consultants or in-house counsel.
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INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The internships take place during the last semester for a minimum period of three months. Those in charge of the programme are committed to guiding students as best they can according to their professional projects. The presence of many practitioners in the teaching staff and the exercise of the legal clinic facilitate the integration of the students. The internship reports are the subject of a defence.
The course is open to all students.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
This course combines teaching on the "fundamentals" and several in-depth seminars (with a choice of the student) on various themes. This course favors varied and innovative teaching techniques, with a large place given to project-based teaching (legal clinic) and inverted pedagogy.
- 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
- Exchange agreement with Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School.
- Exchange agreement with Laval University (signature in progress)
- Partnership with Peking University
- Partnership with the University of Insubria and UCLA (USA) consisting of a faculty and student exchange during the annual Summer School on Comparative Environmental Law.
- Exchange project with University of Eastern Finland's two-year Master's Degree Programme in Environmental Policy and Law
- Gaëlle DUPRE : email@example.com tél. : +33 (0)4 86 91 42 42, Aix-Marseille Université - Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique - Espace René Cassin (4e étage) - Bureau 4.9 - 3, Avenue Robert Schuman - 13628 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 1 - France