BACHELOR IN LAW

Language(s) of instruction: French and Italian

Length of study: 3 years, full time

Partner: Università degli studi di Torino

Course Location:

  • 1st and 2nd year: Université de Paris, France
  • 3rd year : Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy

Degrees awarded:

  • Licence de Droit, Université de Paris
  • Laurea Triennale in Dritto per le Imprese e le Istituzioni, Università degli Studi di Torino

Entry Requirements: French baccalaureate or equivalent. At the end of the second year, there is an application and interview to be selected for a mobility at University of Turin. Students must have succeeded the two first years at Université de Paris

Language pre-requisites: Certified B2 in French and Italian

Course overview

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences allows its students to prepare for their careers related to law (magistrate, lawyer, notary, public service, corporate lawyers, insurance or bank counsel, etc.).  The bachelor in Law allows students to acquire legal reasoning, knowledge and fundamental concepts from public to private law, and to learn to use the tools of legal documentation. The course of studies favors a progressive specialization, which opens the possibility of continuing the training in a research or professional Master in one of the many fields of law. 

Under an agreement between Université de Paris and Università degli Studi di Torino, a limited number of students enrolled in one of the two partner establishments and with a good level (B2 or more) in French and Italian can complete the third year of this bachelor in the partner University and thus obtain a degree from both institutions

Through this program, students also have the opportunity to discover other cultures, acquire the openness and flexibility essential to the advancement of a career in the professional world.

Skills and competencies developed
  • Language skills in French and Italian
  • Ability to conduct analysis of national or international court decisions (judicial or administrative)
  • Understanding of legal texts (Constitution, laws, regulations, treaties, administrative acts …) and contracts
  • Good knowledge of fundamental concepts of law
  • Ability to draft simple standardized legal acts
  • Ability to write comments and briefing notes as well as resolve legal case studies
  • Analytical skills

Contact

Administrative Coordinator
scolarite.licence@droit.parisdescartes.fr
Pedagogical coordinator
Pr. David KREMER,
david.kremer@u-paris.f
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