Top-tier French law school to offer program in English

The Law School at Jean Moulin University (UJM) in Lyon, France, is offering new LL.M. and Diploma programs in International and European Law. 

According to the university, the course gives graduates with a background in law "the opportunity to specialize in international, European and comparative law, so that they have the tools to understand the legal traditions of other countries, as well as international and European legal principles, thus facilitating their entry into the professional world whilst at the same time enabling them to pre-empt and address the dynamic nature of law in practice."

The course will be taught completely in English, and non-native English-speaking applicants will have to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores.

Applications are due on April 30. For more information, please visit the UJM Law School website or see their full directory profile.

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