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

    This diploma includes a general education cycle as well as specialised lectures, allowing an introduction to comparative techniques and to the practice of the main contemporary legal systems (Romanist, common law or Asian countries systems in particular). This multidisciplinary training is intended to develop comparative legal culture and to facilitate the theoretical and practical knowledge of contemporary legal relations.

  • TARGETED STUDENTS

    Advised prerequisites: general training in legal analysis

  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

    Licensing level

  • STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION

    TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHING WEEKS IN THE COURSE : 26 weeks

    THE SCHEDULE OF TEACHING PERIODS: September; May

    LANGUAGE OF TEACHING : English

  • KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED

    Understanding of the major contemporary legal developments; fundamental principles of Romanist, Common Law and Asian systems in particular.

  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    Comparative analysis, a technique for the management of contemporary legal relations