the University of Kent's Statement of Findings,, attract students and meet the needs of students who wish to study law in France and in the UK with a view to obtaining both French (Master 1) and English (LLB) law degrees, provide students with an opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of two influential European and worldwide legal traditions and cultures – the civil-law tradition in France and the common-law tradition in the UK – through intensive studies at two foremost European law schools, allow students to develop analytical, problem-solving and research skills with specific reference to two significant legal systems, French law and English law, that will be of use to them both in Europe and worldwide, develop students’ abilities to think critically about law, legal ideas and legal institutions from a comparative perspective, encourage students to improve their command of the French and English languages both at conversational (day-to-day) and specialist (legal terminology) levels, enhance students’ employability prospects by preparing them to undertake professional studies leading to the practice of law in France, in the UK or elsewhere on the European or international scene (for example, within EU or international institutions, within European or international law firms or within European or international corporations), prepare students for postgraduate studies (“Master 2”/LLM or doctorate) and provide a solid grounding for further specialization in subject areas such as comparative law, EU law or international law, provide students with an overall stimulating intellectual experience informed by leading teaching and current research at AMU and KLS, enable students to experience academic and personal life in two different national, linguistic and institutional environments and develop knowledge and understanding of two cultures and societies. Tous les diplômes sont reconnus par l’Etat en convention avec l’Université Toulouse 1. LL.M. Elle a également été professeure invitée à l’Université de Sciences Politiques et de Droit de Chine (CUPL) à Beijing, l’Université pour la paix (UPEACE) à San José, au Costa Rica, et à l’Université de Mannheim. In addition, Moritz’ practice comprises complex corporate litigations before German courts. Since 2017, students from the Master 2 programme organise each year the Masterclass « Global Actors for Peace », which analyses the role of global non-state actors in building a long-lasting international peace. Since November 2017 she is member of the ILA Committee on human rights in times of emergency. In addition, students must show proof of health insurance coverage and, for students who are citizens of an EU country, a European Health Insurance Card. Around 25 students are admitted each year, with a maximum of 40. Le master 1 « droit européen » a été restructuré pour laisser apparaître trois matières fondamentales : droit du marché intérieur, contentieux de l’Union européenne et contentieux administratif ainsi que le droit public des affaires. In addition, she has been coaching teams for moot court competitions in the areas of human rights and international law. Students will also have to meet AMU’s general entry requirements for French and, if so required by law, will need to apply for and obtain a visa to reside and study in France. and attract bilingual students from the UK, France and other countries to reinforce international recruitment and contribute to the diversification of the student body at AMU and KLS. If you’ve taken exams under the new GCSE grading system, please see our conversion table to convert your GCSE grades. Mohsin Alam Bhat is an Assistant Professor of Law and the Executive-Director of the Center for Public Interest Law at the Jindal Global Law School in Delhi (India). L’intitulé de sa thèse est le suivant : « La concurrence institutionnelle dans l’Union Européenne : l’exemple du droit des sociétés ». She holds a PhD in International Criminal Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights in Galway, Ireland and two LLM degrees in International and Comparative Law, one from Tulane University, School of Law and one from New York University, School of Law. Julien Moriceau is a consultant and researcher in justice sector reform and social development for the consultancy firm He holds a degree in law (cum laude) from the University of Bologna and a PhD from the University of Macerata. • Professional Seminar integration, Doyen de la FLD (Lille/Issy-les-Moulineaux), délégué au développement international pour le compte de l'Université Catholique de Lille et Co-Responsable du master Droits de l'Homme, Sécurité et Développement. His main fields of research are Public International Law, with specific attention to issues related to International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and the Law of International Organisations. Professor of International Law, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon Prior to joining the European Commission, Mr. Sibona worked as a Lawyer in the field of International Trade Law in Brussels and in Rome. • International Arbitration, • Philosophy of International Law Graduate in International Humanitarian Law from the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France and the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in San Remo, Italy (2012), she was admitted as a qualified lawyer (barrister) at the Timis Bar Association in 2006. He clerked with Chief Justice P. Sathasivam, Supreme Court of India before completing his LL.M. Academic requirements: Students applying for the Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen can enter directly into the second year of the Master programme (M2) with the goal of obtaining an LL.M. She currently is a freelance collaborator at Lille Legal Law firm since 2019, where she specialises in Foreigners’ Law, more precisely in litigation involving residence permits, asylum, nationality and administrative detention. Based on the evidence available, the TEF Panel judged that the University of Kent delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. Specialised in private business law, this LL.M. Bilingual Program (English/French) + knowledge of a third language (Spanish or German), Global Visiting Professors Programme Manager in Reconciliation and Culture, European Commission, DG NEAR, Brussels (Belgium) - Former Senior Consultant at the Legal Advisory Section, Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Leidschendam (Netherlands). ability to: You can also gain extra skills by signing up for one of our Kent Extra activities, such as learning a language or volunteering. Composante. From 2013 to 2015, she was a visiting lecturer at King’s College London and was shortlisted for the KCL teaching excellence award for both years. Editor-in-Chief of the Brill Research Perspectives in International Legal Theory and Practice, he is moreover a member of various International scientific committees and research projects, notably the International Committee of the International Law Association on the ‘Rule of Law and International Investment Law. • Environmental Protection and Human Rights Typical requirements are listed below. to lawyers but also useful in many other professions. She holds a PhD on the protection of third parties in public procurement litigation, from University Lille II (2016) and now devotes her research to the equality and the protection of human rights from an internal and international point of view. If we intend to exercise this right to increase tuition fees, we will let you know by the end of June in the academic year before the one in which we intend to exercise that right. Kalliopi Kyriakopoulou is an Associate Professor of International Politics and Security at the International Study Centre of Queen’s University of Eastbourne (United Kingdom) and additionally teaches International Relations at Lille Catholic University and at Richmond, the American International University in London. If you need to increase your level of qualification ready for undergraduate study, we offer a number of International Foundation Programmes. Sarah Durelle-Marc is Associate professor at  the  the Lille Catholic University . Il a exercé des fonctions d’expert pour le compte du UNHCR (juge/assesseur UNHCR à la Cour nationale du droit d’asile) et pour le compte du ministère des affaires étrangères (mission de formation en Afghanistan de personnels impliqués dans la protection des droits de l’Homme au niveau des ministères, des organisations internationales et des ONG). These modules are compulsory and are as follows: Droit civil (Droit des personnes), Droit civil (Droit de la famille), Droit constitutionnel I and II, Introduction historique au droit, Histoire du droit et des institutions, Introduction au droit, Grands systèmes de droits étrangers, and one English language class per semester, You take modules equivalent to 120 credits (60 ECTS). Post-doctoral Researcher, Saint Louis University, Brussels (Belgium) - Former référendaire, European Court of Justice, Luxemburg (Luxembourg). Angelina M. Petti currently acts as counsel, arbitrator and arbitral secretary in complex cross-border multi-jurisdictional arbitrations involving an array of commercial and investment matters, including disputes arising under large-scale engineering projects, manufacturing, delivery and sales agreements, shareholders agreements, and license and distribution contracts. She has also published two edited books and over 20 journal articles and book chapters. Her interests and experience revolve around EU public law, human rights and environmental law/sustainable development. He has previously worked in Freshfields’ offices in Hamburg, Hong Kong, Paris, and Vienna. She has previously visited Boston College Law School, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, King’s College London and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg (Germany). If we make you an offer, you will need to obtain/pass the overall Access to Higher Education Diploma and may also be required to obtain a proportion of the total level 3 credits and/or credits in particular subjects at merit grade or above. Assistant Professor of Law, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Master en Droit international et européen - Introduction par Maya Hertig, Professeure ordinaire, Université de Genève, Suisse. Le Département des Masters de droit international, européen et comparé propose des diplômes supposant la connaissance d’une ou de plusieurs langues étrangères. Toute la mention a été construite autour de ce tronc commun. Responsable(s) pédagogique(s) … She notably examines how corporations and businesspeople can be held accountable for their human rights violations, through domestic, international and transnational processes. In exceptional circumstances, interviews may be arranged by videoconference. His main research interests include international and EU migration law and policy, citizenship studies, the modes of liability and the principle of legality in international criminal law, the law of state responsibility, the use of force in international law and the relationship between peace and justice in the international legal order. During Stages 3 and 4, student performance (e.g., assessment methods, marking criteria, progression, condonement, compensation, appeals, resits) is subject exclusively to the regulations of the University of Kent. of International and European law trains bilingual lawyers in the issues relating to multinational companies. For more detailed information, see: However, the courses, services and other matters may be subject to change. • International Private Law Teaches : International and European Environmental Law | Legal and Policy Advisor, Coalition for Rainforest Nations, New York City (US) Alternate Member of the Enforcement Branch of the Compliance Committee Kyoto Protocol, UNFCCC, Bonn (Germany). Aurélien RACCAH est docteur en droit public comparé depuis 2009. Il peut anticiper les évolutions qui en affectent régulièrement le contenu. In 2016, he was awarded the Gruber Fellowship in Global Justice and Women’s Rights (Yale) and started an ongoing empirical research on urban rental housing discrimination in India. Admission based on a selective process (application and interview in English). School graduates commanding some of the highest starting salaries in the We are happy to announce that the Master’s degree in International and European Business Law has been launched this week in Saint Mary’s University. Ana-Maria Telbis has also worked at the European Court of Human Rights (2007-2012), where she processed cases against Romania and was involved in other related activities such as conducting research and making presentations on the role of the Court. Presentation This LL.M. She has moreover been a visiting researcher at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, an exchange doctoral researcher at the Harvard Law School and a researcher at the Perelman Centre of the Free University of Brussels. He has a strong record of publishing articles in peer reviewed journals and is currently the editor of several journals and portals in his fields of specialisation. Nadia Bernaz is an Associate Professor of Business Law and Human Rights at Wageningen University (Netherlands). Principal Associate in International Arbitration and Dispute Settlement, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s offices, Vienna (Austria). He was member of the Drafting Committee of the “Abidjan Principles” (Guiding Principles on the Human Rights Obligations of States to Provide Public Education and to Regulate Private Involvement in Education) and is currently a clinical ellow at the Human Rights Clinic of the Sciences Po Law School, supervising projects on the international right to education and on environmental justice. He is currently interested in the correlation between children’s rights and environmental law, as well as in the impact of secondary legislation on constitutional norms. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS) from the Graduate Institute and Geneva University (2009). Annual Masterclass « Global Actors for Peace » with distinguished scholars and practitioners, Educational Trips She specialises in dispute resolution and international arbitration with a particular focus on complex international construction and engineering disputes, sales and supply contracts, joint ventures, the energy sector as well as investment disputes. She holds a Ph.D. in European Law with honours (2011) and an LL.M in European Law (1999) from the University of Rennes. • International Criminal Law 120 crédits Durée. Julie Goffin is Legal Counsel in International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law at the International Criminal Court in the Hague (Netherlands). During Stages 1 and 2, student performance (e.g., assessment methods, marking criteria, progression, condonement, compensation, appeals, resits) is subject exclusively to the regulations of AMU. It also offers a research path for students potentially interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in France or abroad. KLS has long been the UK’s leading critical law school. He is coordinator of the Italian Academy of Law and Migration (Accademia di Diritto e Migrazioni – ADiM), an academic network which involves more than 300 scholars and promotes advanced research activities on migration. He is recognized as a Future Leader in Arbitration by the Who is Who Legal 2019. Due to this stringent selection, the success rate of students is close to 100 %. Since 2013, she is a Delegate of the Défenseur des Droits, where she defends the rights and freedoms of individuals in the context of relations with public authorities and promotes the best interest and rights of children in France. BAC +3 . Lecturer in International Humanitarian Law, Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain (Belgium) - Former Senior Legal Officer, Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Leidschendam, (Netherlands). He additionally drafted the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Special Criminal Court in Central African Republic (CAR), which were adopted by the CAR Parliament in June 2018. Our international recruitment team can guide you on entry requirements. You take modules worth 120 credits (60 ECTS). Please refer to the individual module details under Course Structure. in International and European Law – Human Rights, Security and Development, LL.M. 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. C’est pourquoi il offre aux étudiants à partir de la Licence 3 la possibilité de s’inscrire à un diplôme complémentaire, le DULA Common Law. Nicola Sibona holds an LL.M. Author of numerous essays in scholarly journals and book chapters on Constitutional Law in comparative perspective, she has also written books on the origin of the judicial review in the U.S.  in 2008, on the dialogue between the Italian Constitutional Court, the EU Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights in 2016 and on constitutionalism and the ‘right to die’ in 2019. In her current work, which she conducts in the context of her research group ‘Borderlines’, she seeks to unravel novel governance trends across different EU security policies and instruments. Kent will continue to provide the Qualifying Law Degree until the introduction of the SQE. Approche comparative en Allemagne, au Royaume-Uni et en France ». Founder of the Alberico Gentili Lectures, she has created the first lectureship in Comparative Constitutional Law in Italy, which includes internationally distinguished scholars and judges from supreme and constitutional courts from around the world. Immediate before, she was an Assistant Professor in International Law at Kadir Has University, Faculty of Law in Istanbul. Applications are examined by a selection committee on a continuous basis. She previously practiced International Human Rights Law and most notably acted as Legal Counsel for the Kafkaris v Cyprus case, before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, where she worked for three years. Navigation. Her expertise extends to trial monitoring and reporting, within an OSCE project involvement. Responsable(s) pédagogique(s) M. MATHIEU CARPENTIER ; Objectifs OBJECTIVES. Her recent publications are : “L’enfant adopté simple: une situation fiscalement précaire en cas de décès de l’adoptant pendant la minorité de l’enfant”, “ La responsabilité du chef de l’État français au regard de son action européenne” , in Chr. He is member of the Católica Research Centre for the Future of Law, where he has been conducting research in the fields of the law of the sea and climate change law. However, please note that international fee-paying students cannot undertake a part-time programme due to visa restrictions. For further information, refer to the Credit Framework. His areas of research include Constitutional Law and Theory, Equality and Discrimination Law, Law and Religion as well as Law and Social Movements. Over the last years, he has been Visiting Fellow at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, the Amsterdam Center for International Law, the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg, the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies in London and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg.