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  • Initial training - Continuing education
  • 1 year
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    The subject of economic law is international and lawyers interested in it must have a perfect command of legal English and a good knowledge of the issues of legal regulation of the economy.
    This degree is likely to welcome foreign students wishing to learn about French, European and international economic law.
    For the FDSP and AMU, the interest in opening this degree lies in

    the construction of a training offer for foreign students and, consequently, its international influence;
    the preparation of international mobility for AMU students through exchanges with foreign students and through learning about business law in English.

    This degree is compatible with the completion of another complementary course. Courses are given at the end of the day or on Saturdays so that students can follow in parallel :

    an M1 course
    an M2 type course
    a training course to prepare for entrance exams (CRFPA, ENM, e.g. the legal profession)


    Advised prerequisites: Level of English (indicative level 850 in TOEIC)


    Law degree holder, Individual interview


    Total number of teaching weeks in the course : 20

    Timing of the teaching period : October / June

    Indicative start date of teaching : 15 October

    Indicative end date of the lessons : 30 June

    Language of instruction : English

    Pedagogical secretariat contact: Nathalie MARTIN

    Tél : 0442172805

    Mail :


    The pedagogical content of this degree is organized around the notion of Economic Law.

    Economic law, conceived as all the national and international rules concerning the organization of economic relations, has become an essential subject. Its learning is of interest to lawyers who are destined to practice or research in the various sectors of market law (regulated sectors, digital economy, innovative sectors...).
    The pedagogical content has been designed around the following perspectives:
    European and international perspective: course on global competition law, course on the European law of the internal market, course on the law of the European Union.
    Public and private law perspective: private law courses (contract law, liability law, company law, etc.) are taught alongside public law courses (state aid law, free circulation, public contracts, procedures before regulatory authorities, etc.)
    Market law perspective: lessons useful for the understanding of market law (competition law, innovation, regulation law...) have been retained


    Learning and practicing legal English
    Teamwork in English around the realization of cases
    Identification and use of the main American and English-speaking legal resources (use of WestLaw databases in particular)