- Initial training
- 1 year
- Host university
To give students with a solid legal culture a complementary and in-depth training in a foreign law.
The study of foreign legal systems and the use of the comparative method are fundamental today.
The study of foreign legal systems and the use of the comparative method are nowadays fundamental to understand legal developments, to learn transnational legal relations and to better evaluate national law.
In addition, economic, social and political globalisation is accompanied by the development of transnational legal relations. This makes knowledge of foreign systems and their different modes of organisation, as well as their legal practices, indispensable.
Furthermore, it is important to understand the role of the legal system in the development of the European Union.
Finally, the development of transnational litigation requires today's lawyers to be familiar with foreign legal systems, certain foreign substantive laws and foreign modes of legal reasoning.
Fundamental EU of the L3 in law (public law or private law dominant).
180 ECTS validated in Law Between 750 and 850 iBT points in TOEIC or between 80 and 90 iBT points in TOEFL. A minimum score of 12/20 in the specific German, Spanish or Italian written and oral tests.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
The teaching units are determined by the FDSP International Relations Assessor and the student according to the training offer of the host university
18 weeks approximately (according to the academic calendar of the host university)
INDICATIVE START DATE: September
INDICATIVE END DATE OF LEARNING : mid January
LANGUAGE OF LESSONS : English
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
Mastery of foreign legal systems; Mastery of the transnational dimension of certain subjects; Mastery of foreign legal practices. Students may choose to acquire this knowledge in areas of private law, public law or both.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
Mastery of the comparative legal method ; Mastery of legal processes specific to certain foreign systems ; Understanding of foreign legal modes of reasoning ; Mastery of legal vocabulary in the language of the host country ; Learning about university cultures in Europe and outside Europe - adaptability.