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The subject areas taught in the LL.M. in European Law give students the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of European Law in most areas falling within the competence of the European Union. Courses are also taught with a comparative and international perspective.
All classes are conducted in English.
However, students may opt to take a class in French as a foreign language.
For candidates for whom English is not their native language, the minimum level required for admission to the LLM in European Law is:
The programme lasts one full academic year (from October to early May), and includes a Winter break around the Christmas holidays and a spring break around March or April.
Prof. Thierry Bonneau (University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Emmanuelle Chevreau (University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Olivier Descamps (University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Olivier Deschutter (Universuty of Louvain, Belgium),
Prof. Joseph Drexl (Max Planck Institute, Munich),
Prof. Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère (University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Xavier Groussot (University of Lund, Sweden),
Prof. Laurence Idot (University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Christine Kaddous (University of Geneva, Switzerland),
Prof. Catherine Kessedjian (Director of Studies, University of Panthéon-Assas),
Prof. Annette Kur ( Max Planck Institute, Munich),
Mrs. Claire Marzo (Teaching fellow, LSE of London, England),
Prof. Sylvaine Poillot-Peruzzetto (University of Toulouse I),
Prof. Anne-Lise Sibony (University of Liège, Belgium).
Prof. Rosa Uylenburg ( University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Prof. Loïc Azoulai (European University Institute of Florence, Italy),
Prof. George Bermann (Columbia University),
Prof. Jürgen Basedow (Max Planck Institute, Hamburg),
Prof. Katharina Boele-Woelki (Utrecht University),
Mr. Pierre Charreton (General Counsel, France Télécom),
Prof. Eleanor Fox (New York University),
Mrs. Brigitte Herzog (Director, Business Practices, UTC),
Prof. David Gerber (Kent College of Law of Chicago, United States of America),
Prof. Roger Goebel (Fordham University),
Mr. Clemens Ladenburger (Legal service of the European Commission),
Mrs. Sabine Lochman (Johnson & Johnson, France),
Mr. Miguel Maduro (Advocate General, European Court of Justice),
Mr. Jean-Claude Najar (GE International),
Judge Vassilios Skouris (President, European Court of Justice),
Mrs. Aïda Vallat (Attorney at law, Paris),
Mrs. Diana Wallis (Vice President, European Parliament),
Prof. Joseph Weiler (New York University),
Mr. Michael Wilderspin (European Commission).
Teaching is conducted in small groups under an interactive method.
Examinations/assessmentOne session of examinations will take place for each academic year. Examinations will be organised by each professor of the 12 seminars under the supervision of the Director of Studies.
No scholarship grants are available from the University of Panthéon-Assas or from the European College of Paris.Why to choose the European College of Paris?
The European College of Paris, part of the University Panthéon-Assas, consists of a team of highly qualified Professors and has a reputation of excellence, as much for the quality of its teaching as for its research projects and its strong links with French, European and International institutions, the business world and the legal profession.
The University is situated in the Latin Quarter, at the heart of the seats of power and culture that make Paris a unique place in which to study. Paris is 1 hour and 20 minutes from Brussels, 2 hours and 20 minutes from Strasbourg, and 2 hours and 10 minutes from Luxemburg (the 3 main centres of the institutions of the European Union).
The headquarters of the OECD and UNESCO are also located in Paris.
For further information:
Mrs. Marion Chenu
Tel : +33 (0) 1 44 41 56 17
12, Place du Panthéon
Tel : +33 (0) 1 44 41 57 00
mise à jour le November 22, 2012