- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
The programme proposes, in an original way, to train students in the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms by insisting on its practical and applied dimension. It offers a mastery of the fundamental concepts of the discipline, of the contemporary stakes of this protection but also of the various concrete tools allowing to ensure the safeguard of fundamental rights. Far from being limited to a theoretical reflection on the subject of freedoms, the programme aims to train students for the practice of the profession of lawyer or magistrate, or as a specialised lawyer;The programme offers the possibility of working as a lawyer or magistrate, as a specialised lawyer in non-governmental organisations and in specialised private or public bodies, both national and international, dealing with issues related to rights and freedoms. The programme also offers the possibility, subject to the completion of a thesis, to access the career of a teacher-researcher.
The programme is open to all students who are interested in a career in the field of rights and freedoms.
Master 1 in law or equivalent degree. The possibility of entering the M2 after obtaining a diploma from the Institute of Political Studies or a Master I in a non-legal discipline is subject to an examination of the equivalence of the training.
It is recommended to have followed courses in national or international and European law of fundamental freedoms as well as in comparative constitutional law and more generally any course related to the protection of rights (public litigation, theory of constitutional justice, European and international law).
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The training is based on the expertise developed over many years within the Institut Louis Favoreu / GERJC in the field of fundamental rights, recognised at national and international level. It offers students a double training in theory and practice, which is concluded by the completion of an internship and a research paper.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
Analysis and mastery of the various disputes relating to human rights at the national and international levels,
Knowledge of the substantive content of the law of fundamental freedoms in French, comparative, European and international law,
Development of a "protection of liberties" reflex in the various social contexts in which the question may arise,
knowledge of the major contemporary litigation and substantive issues in the law of fundamental freedoms,
ability to synthesize and analyze issues relating to fundamental rights,
the ability to propose solutions to problems related to fundamental rights
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The professional vocation of the course is reflected in the requirement of a professional internship of a minimum duration of 4 weeks (in a jurisdiction, non-governmental organisation, law firm or public administration). The writing of a dissertation under the supervision of a teacher-researcher completes the training through the development of synthesis and analysis skills.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The course is oriented towards the development of legal know-how, both in groups and individually. The practical teaching should enable the development of real competence in the analysis and solution of problems specific to fundamental rights.
- 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 secretariat :
Sandra PAGOT - email@example.com , ILF-GERJC, Batiment René Cassin, 3, avenue Robert Schuman, 13628 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 01 Tél. 04 42 17 29 55