LL.M IN INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN BUSINESS LAW
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The LLM in International and European Business Law is designed to be completed in one academic year of full-time study, taught exclusively in English, by UJM professors as well as visiting professors and practitioners from France, Europe and further afield.
Almost all courses are on the seminar basis. One week; one course; one exam.

Fall semester:

  • September to first week of December

Spring semester:

  • January to first week of April

Semester’s organization:

  • Fall Semester (September 2017)

Comparative Tort Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Environmental Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

European Banking and Financial Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Commercial Arbitration (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Dispute Resolution (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Intellectual Property Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Tax Law ( 3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Internet and Digital Copyright Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Introduction to the European Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

The Law and Policy of the WTO (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

The Law of the EU’s Internal Market (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Research project (3/6 credits or 1.5/3 US Credits)

 

  • Spring Semester (January 2018)

Comparative Contract Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Comparative Corporation Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Comparative IP Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Comparative Private International Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

E-Commerce Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

European Competition Law (6 credits or 3 US Credits)

Institutional Law of the EU (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Business Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

International Copyright Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Protection of Cultural Property under International Law (3 credits or 1.5 US Credits)

Research project (3/6 credits or 1.5/3 US Credits)


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