Master Droit International et Européen, Droit des Affaires et de la Concurrence

  • Master 1: LL.M. in International & European Law/Bilingual – Business Law
  • Master 2: Advanced LL.M. in International & European Business & Competition Law

The LL.M. in international and european business & competition law offers a specialisation in business law, in particular competition law, contract law, company and insolvency law. This programme provides a significant percentage of lessons in English (about 50%) by teachers and practitioners with a solid international business experience.

Diploma recognized by the French State in agreement with the University Toulouse 1 Capitole – Master’s degree Law, Economy, Management, Mention International Law, course type International and European Law, Human Rights, Security and Development

Training site : campus Lille

Prerequisites

  • Holder of a law degree or a master 1 of law 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

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  • 100% of the LL.M in international and european business & competition law were in employment and/or further study six months after graduating.
  • 50% of courses are taught in english.

Our partners

  • Law Firms : Bignon Lebray, Scheppard Mullin (Bruxelles)
  • NGO’S : Avocats sans frontières, Sénégal NGO, Red Cross
  • Anglo saxons Universities : Widener university, Mississipi College School of Law (>partnership which allows students to pass a semester in those university and also the possibility to pass the american bar exam), Liverpool Hope University.

Aims of the program

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Train bilingual legal practitioners in european and international business law.

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Propose a wide specialisation in business law, relevant for erench and foreign compagnies.

Educational +

Pedagogy

  • Participation of Visiting Professors from foreign universities or experts from international or european Institutions/companies.
  • Advanced knowledge in european international and business law, with seminars in corporate law, contract law, trade law, competition law,…

Professional project

  • Advanced Clinic Law: Students take part to International Moot Courts such as Herbert Smith Freehills Competition Law Moot, the Commercial Arbitrage Moot Court.
  • Internships: 3-6 months abroad or in an international department in France.

LL.M. in International & European Law/Bilingual – Business Law

60 ECTS credits – 600h+60h

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT 1 / 240 h

  • European Company Law
  • Private International Law
  • European Legal Proceedings
  • International Responsibility & Litigation
  • International Arbitration
  • EU Policies
  • Human rights & Fundamental Liberties

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT 2 / 192 h

  • Competition Law
  • Droit des entreprises en difficultés
  • Company Law
  • Droit des contrats
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Trade Law
  • International Transport Law
  • Droit pénal des affaires

UNIT OF LEGAL PRACTICE / 104 h

  • Advanced International Law Clinic
  • Research Seminar in International and EU Law

LANGUAGES / 64 h

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

LL.M in International & European Business & Competition Law

60 ECTS credits – 476h

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT 1 / 192 h

  • EU Company and Insolvency Law
  • French and Comparative Company Law
  • EU Contract Law
  • Droit comparé des contrats
  • Competition law : state aid
  • Fusions Acquisitions
  • Fiscalité internationale
  • Investment Banking
  • Droit international des sociétés et de l’insolvabilité

FUNDAMENTAL UNIT 2 / 144 h

  • Pratique du droit français et de la concurrence
  • Practice of international trade law
  • Practice of Contract & Company Law in EU
  • Practice of Competition Law I Cartels and abuse of dominance
  • Practice of Competition Law and intellectual property
  • Practice of Competition Law III Mergers
  • Droit de la distribution
  • Procédure en droit de la concurrence

LANGUAGES / 32 h

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

INTERNATIONAL LAW CULTURE UNIT / 72 h

• Research Seminar in International and EU law
• Advanced International Law Clinic
• Legal English
• German / Spanish / French as foreign language

PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION UNIT /

  • Advanced International Law Clinic
  • Professionnal seminar integration
  • Internship + master thesis
  • Cycle de séminaires recherche « Risques de la digitalisation et droit des affaires »

 

Les intervenants

Andra COTIGA

Professeur HDR - Co-Directrice de l'IELS - Responsable du master Droit international et européen, Droit des affaires et de la concurrence

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Andra COTIGA

Professeur HDR - Co-Directrice de l'IELS - Responsable du master Droit international et européen, Droit des affaires et de la concurrence

Andra COTIGA-RACCAH est docteur en droit privé depuis 2010. L’intitulé de sa thèse est le suivant : « La concurrence institutionnelle dans l’Union Européenne : l’exemple du droit des sociétés ». Elle est professeur des universités catholiques depuis 2015, permanente de la Faculté depuis septembre 2010, directrice du Master 2 droit international et européen parcours droit des affaires et de la concurrence, co-directrice de l’International and European Law School (IELS), permanente de la Faculté et membre du C3RD. Elle enseigne les matières de droit international des sociétés et d’european contrat law. Ses domaines de recherches sont le droit commercial, le droit international privé et le droit européen et international des sociétés et de l’insolvabilité. Elle est membre du Global Legal Network (GLN) qui travaille sur les risques en droit européen.

Mail : andra.cotiga-raccah@univ-catholille.fr

Tel : 03.20.13.40.65

Catherine BOUCHET

Coordinatrice Masters, Assistante des études Masters DIE
Chargée du développement des Relations Internationales

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Catherine BOUCHET

Coordinatrice Masters, Assistante des études Masters DIE
Chargée du développement des Relations Internationales

Mail: catherine.bouchet@univ-catholille.fr

Tél. : 03.59.56.69.67

Master 1

Semestre 1

Unité fondamentale

  • Mamadou HEBIE – Ilias PLAKOKEFALOS : International Responsability and Litigation
  • Aurélien RACCAH : European Legal Proceedings
  • Alissa PELATAN – Mominik DUSTERHAUS : International Private Law
  • Andra RACCAH : European Company Law

Unité d’approfondissement

  • Jindrich KLOUB : Competition Law
  • Véronique GONCALVES : Insolvency Law
  • Alexia ARMAOS : Contract Law
  • Michael OTTLEY – Véronique GONCALVES : Company Law

Module exploitation des savoirs

  • Aurélien RACCAH : Research Seminar in International and EU Law
  • Georgios ANDRIOTIS : Advanced International Clinic Law (compétition internationale des plaidoiries)

Semestre 2

Unité fondamentale

  • Antonio DEL SOLE : EU Policies

Unité d’approfondissement

  • Vincent CASSIERS : Intellectual Property
  • Florin DASCALESCU : International Trade Law
  • Mélanie BRUNEAU : International Transport Law
  • Jean-Baptiste POTIER : Criminal Business Law

Module exploitation des savoirs

  • Aurélie VILLANUEVA : Advanced International Clinic Law
  • Aurélien RACCAH : Research Seminar in International and EU Law

Job & careers/ Study opportunities

Lawyers, judges, legal practitioners, business advisers, European Union Institutions,…

Avocat en droit des affaires

Juriste d'entreprise

Responsable juridique

100%

Taux de placement à 6 mois

FLD experience

The LL.M in International and European Law, specialised in Business Law, is a multilingual program: half of the courses are taught in English, allowing us to practice our legal English which is indispensable to pursue a career in business law. The teaching staff consists of academics and professionals which enables us to have both a theoretical and a practical view of the subjects taught. This way of teaching is strengthened by the internationality of our Visiting Professors: they use the same methods they are used to in their country of origin, and, in the case of professionals, show us their practice which often differs from the French one. Another advantage of the LL.M is our involvement in an international arbitral competition, the VIS MOOT. Its aim is to defend our client in front of an Arbitral Tribunal, and it teaches us to make legal research, write memorials as well as plead in front of an audience. This reinforce our efficiency and our team working skills.The number of students in this LL.M being limited, it allows us to have a direct exchange with our Professors during our courses as well as during our professional life.

Noémie, student of the LL.M in International and European Business Law.

I am currently working as a case handler at the Belgian Competition Authority. I was a student in the first class of the M2 DAC, in 2014-2015. During this year of study, I had the chance to spend 6 months in the United States as I studied Corporate Law and Finance at Widener University, in Delaware.
After graduating from both the Catholic University of Lille and Widener University, I spend one year in Brussels in order to gain some professional experience. Simultaneously, I studied at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, as I chose to start a career in Belgium.
During the academic year 2016-2017, I was an LLM student in Competition Law at King’s College London, from which I graduated with Merit. While at King’s College, I wrote a dissertation about pay-for-delays under the supervision of David Bailey, which allowed me to publish an article in the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) a few months later, in February 2018.

Samantha Zakka, graduated of the LL.M in International and European Business Law

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