llm in paris


mia11

hi! is there any deadlines for masters in universities of Paris (i mean paris 1 and 2)?? apart from these two are there any other good unis in Paris?

hi! is there any deadlines for masters in universities of Paris (i mean paris 1 and 2)?? apart from these two are there any other good unis in Paris?
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I think the Paris I deadline is relatively soon so I would submit your application soon if possible.

I am at the end of the Paris I LLM and can thoroughly recommend it. I am currently doing my internship at the French Conseil d'état (Council of State) and am confident that I would never have found such a prestigious internship had it not been for my enrolement in the Paris I LLM.

If you have any questions on the Paris I LLM do not hesitate to post them.

John

I think the Paris I deadline is relatively soon so I would submit your application soon if possible.

I am at the end of the Paris I LLM and can thoroughly recommend it. I am currently doing my internship at the French Conseil d'état (Council of State) and am confident that I would never have found such a prestigious internship had it not been for my enrolement in the Paris I LLM.

If you have any questions on the Paris I LLM do not hesitate to post them.

John
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mia11

This intership is provided by the LLM Programme or is it independent?

This intership is provided by the LLM Programme or is it independent?
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Hi,

The internship isn't "provided" but the Directrice helps you directly to find an internship that matches your aims, interests and your ambitions. She also helps with editing your CV and drafting your cover letter and has a very wide network of contacts with major law firms and with state establishments. After I finish up at the Conseil d'état I will be doing a further two months at the Ministère des Affaires Etrangères et Européennes which is also a prestigious stage.

Some of my class mates were in fact directly placed by the Directrice. Obviously the institution or law firm has to agree to having you as an intern but there is a very wide network of contacts that the LLM programme has collected over the years and as such finding an internship is not normally difficult. It does require some effort and initiative but the Directrice is there to help you through the process and was personally extremely kind to me when I had a few troubles with the administrative side of my first internship. She genuinely takes an interest in her students and it has a family feel. The 15 students of last year's promotion are great friends and have formed close bonds.

John

Hi,

The internship isn't "provided" but the Directrice helps you directly to find an internship that matches your aims, interests and your ambitions. She also helps with editing your CV and drafting your cover letter and has a very wide network of contacts with major law firms and with state establishments. After I finish up at the Conseil d'état I will be doing a further two months at the Ministère des Affaires Etrangères et Européennes which is also a prestigious stage.

Some of my class mates were in fact directly placed by the Directrice. Obviously the institution or law firm has to agree to having you as an intern but there is a very wide network of contacts that the LLM programme has collected over the years and as such finding an internship is not normally difficult. It does require some effort and initiative but the Directrice is there to help you through the process and was personally extremely kind to me when I had a few troubles with the administrative side of my first internship. She genuinely takes an interest in her students and it has a family feel. The 15 students of last year's promotion are great friends and have formed close bonds.

John
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aleD

I'm a former student of the LLM and I can really recommend it. I had great time, make great friends and learnt a lot of french law. I'm actually making a 3 months internship in one of the biggest and more importants law firm in Paris and I can tell you that all what we learnt during the LLM is helping me to deal with French corporate law. If I could i would do it again!:-)

I'm a former student of the LLM and I can really recommend it. I had great time, make great friends and learnt a lot of french law. I'm actually making a 3 months internship in one of the biggest and more importants law firm in Paris and I can tell you that all what we learnt during the LLM is helping me to deal with French corporate law. If I could i would do it again!:-)
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i am a recent uk graduate , what schools in paris would you recommend , i also speak only basic french.

any advice would be so helpful.

i am a recent uk graduate , what schools in paris would you recommend , i also speak only basic french.

any advice would be so helpful.
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louison

Asu usual,

The two best law schools in France are Panthéon-Assas and Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Which area of law do you want to study precisely ?

Asu usual,

The two best law schools in France are Panthéon-Assas and Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Which area of law do you want to study precisely ?
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oro

Does anyone know if Paris 2 allows for the internship opportunity?

Does anyone know if Paris 2 allows for the internship opportunity?
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I want to study international law .

I want to study international law .
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louison

Then the two best Masters 2 degrees are (this is not a ranking) :
http://www.univ-paris1.fr/ws/ws.php?_cmd=getFormation&_oid=UP1-PROG30629&_redirect=voir_presentation_diplome&_lang=fr-FR
and
http://www.u-paris2.fr/5165R-2009/0/fiche___formation/

For the LLM's in international law in France, the only one which deals only with international law (and not French and European Law) is the LLM between Assas and the INSEAD.
http://www.sorbonne-university.com/international-law-school/llm-international-business-law/llm-international-business-law

You can also apply to the LLM of Paris 1 Sorbonne but you won't learn international law but French Law and European Law.

Then the two best Masters 2 degrees are (this is not a ranking) :
http://www.univ-paris1.fr/ws/ws.php?_cmd=getFormation&_oid=UP1-PROG30629&_redirect=voir_presentation_diplome&_lang=fr-FR
and
http://www.u-paris2.fr/5165R-2009/0/fiche___formation/

For the LLM's in international law in France, the only one which deals only with international law (and not French and European Law) is the LLM between Assas and the INSEAD.
http://www.sorbonne-university.com/international-law-school/llm-international-business-law/llm-international-business-law

You can also apply to the LLM of Paris 1 Sorbonne but you won't learn international law but French Law and European Law.
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Thank You !

Thank You !
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