LL.M International & European Law

The LL.M/Master 1 in international and European law is integrally taught in English to allow international students to specialise in trans-national legal systems (European Union, international organisations, International Business Law,…)

Training location : campus Lille

Prerequisites

  • Holder of a law degree or equivalent

  • Have a good level in English (C1 according to the European grid)

  • Selective entry on student report and interview in English as needed

Aims

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To explain to students how to do research in international and European law

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To prepare the students to pass the competitions giving access to the international organisations and the european institutions

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To form international law experts

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To get a general knowledge in international and European Law

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Pedagogy

  • Trial simulations : reading, speaking, pleading…
  • Development of writing skills.
  • 100% of course in english.

Professional project

  • A minimum of 8 weeks of internship abroad (in a university or a company) or in France in an international section.
  • Meetings with law pactitioners.
  • Individual help for your professional project and your studies.
  • Visiting professors who provide an interessant network for jobs and internships – Visit of the EU institutions.

1st semester of the Master

30 ECTS credits – 300h+60h

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT / 120 h

• Law of International Organisations
• International Private Law
• European Legal Proceedings
• International Responsibility & Litigation

SPECIALITY UNIT / 96 h

• Competition Law
• European Company Law
• Global Governance
• Non-State Actors and International Law

UNIT OF LEGAL PRACTICE / 52 h

• Advanced International Law Clinic
• Research seminar in International
and European Law

LANGUAGES / 32 h

• Legal English
• German / Spanish / French as foreign language

2nd semester of the Master

30 ECTS credits – 300h

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT / 120 h

• International Arbitration
• EU Policies
• Human Rights & Fundamental Liberties
• International Private Law

SPECIALITY UNIT / 96 h

• Intellectual Property
• International Trade Law
• International and EU Environmental Law
• International Humanitarian Law

UNIT OF LEGAL PRACTICE / 52 h

• Advanced International Law Clinic
• Research seminar in International
and European Law

LANGUAGES / 32 h

• Legal English
• German / Spanish / French as foreign language

Professors

Aurélien RACCAH

Maître de conférences - Directeur de l'IELS, responsable de la licence européenne de droit

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Aurélien RACCAH

Maître de conférences - Directeur de l'IELS, responsable de la licence européenne de droit

Aurélien RACCAH est docteur en droit public comparé depuis 2009. Son sujet de thèse est : «  »L’application directe du droit de l’Union européenne par les entités décentralisées. Approche comparative en Allemagne, au Royaume-Uni et en France » ». Il a obtenu son certificat d’Aptitute à la profession d’avocat en 2009 et excerce au cabinet ELEA (Paris).
Il est maître de conférences permanent à la faculté depuis 2009, assesseur au doyen en charge du développement international, responsable pédagogique de la licence européenne de droit, co-directeur de l’International and European Law School (IELS), responsable de la PrepAvocat et membre du C3RD.
Il enseigne en European Legal Proccedings, European Integration, en droit public allemand. Il encadre un séminaire de recherche en droit international et européen
Son domaine de recherche est le droit de l’Union Européenne.
Il est membre fondateur du Global Legal Network (GLN).

Mail : aurelien.raccah@univ-catholille.fr

Tel : 03.59.30.25.03

Job & careers/ Study opportunities

  • Continue with a master’s in International & European Law or one of the other master’s offered by the faculty, especially the Master in Business and Competition Law and the Master in Human Rights, Security and Development.
  • Take a master’s in European Union Law, International Law…

FLD experience

The institution has helped me out since the very first time I got in touch asking for information, going from the secretary to all the amazing and capable professors and even the Dean, who are always looking over you, making you give your best to be an step forward from everyone else. Lectures are thought not only to probe your knowledge, but to challenge you to open your mind to go and see beyond of what any other advocate does.

Lizeth. a mexican student of the master 1

I come from Germany and I study in the Faculté de Droit of the University Catholique de Lille the master 1 on International and European Law. My decision to study on the Catholic University of Lille is based on the offer of an optimal degree program taught 100% in English, that is an excellent option for an international legal education. The program in English in France is the perfect opportunity to improve skills in two languages during the same time. The exchange and the interactive lessons in the small classes with the professors about their professional experience from several international law fields is a high benefit. Lille is with the high amount of students a great city to study with many international students.

Isabel Zachold - International student, LL.M. in english

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