QMUL and Sorbonne Law to Launch a Double LL.M. in Paris

18-month program to be taught in both English and French

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Sorbonne Law School have announced the launch of a double LL.M. program to be delivered in Paris.

Graduates of the new joint program will will receive an LL.M. in International Business Law from QMUL, and an LL.M. in French and European Law from Sorbonne Law.

The new Sorbonne-QMUL Double LL.M. will be delivered in both English and French and will take 18 months to complete. Classes will be held at both the University of London Institute in Paris and the Sorbonne.

The double LL.M. will launch begin in January. In the first semester, students will take 6 modules chosen from QMUL offerings in Paris, as well as classes in common law and critical thinking. During this semester, students will also work on a dissertation and take French language classes.

In the second semester, students will take 5 classes in French-European community law from the Sorbonne, as well as introduction to French law classes, more French language classes and other workshops.

The final semester will consist of an internship or other work experience component taking at least three months. 

You can read more about QMUL's other LL.M. offerings on the school's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.


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