LLB – Paris II Pantheon Assas University
The LL.B. programme focuses on core domestic, comparative and international legal issues and prepares students with all necessary skills required to pursue postgraduate courses, or embark on a career in the public or private sector at both the national or international levels.
The course structure is designed to meet the needs of students who would consider to pursue higher studies or a career in countries whose legal system relies on either civil or common law. It features face-to-face lectures and tutorials, delivered by academics from Paris II University and practitioners holding civil, common, and international law backgrounds. It also features modules which aim to provide students with a pluridisciplinary perspective.
LL.M. International Business Law – Paris II Pantheon Assas University
This programme deals mainly with practical case studies and certain key subjects, with a pluridisciplinary focus. It prepares students and professionals for operations such as large acquisitions or market transactions, cross border mergers, complex financing, restructuring, LBOs, financial engineering, and industrial projects. These are interesting operations, offering difficulties that often lead to innovative solution seeking. It is particularly educational to study them and analyse the legal, financial or accounting issues raised. Thus, contracts, guarantees, financing and international trade litigation, among other basic subjects, can be studied from different angles.
All courses are delivered in English and take the form of seminars taught by professors from University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, as well as practitioners from well renowned law firm and reputable companies.
LL.M Maritime Law - Bayes Business School
This LLM (Master of Maritime Law) programme, which is now being offered in Dubai, is designed to benefit experienced professionals and executives involved in the shipping markets and sectors, and those companies which provide services to the shipping industries. Officials working in the maritime and international trade sector will also benefit from the highly commercial approach taken in the delivery of the programme.
The LLM will give top shipping professionals an invaluable exposure to international maritime and trade law, whilst legally qualified professionals will also benefit from the specialist nature of the programme with notably very few maritime law specific programmes available in the Middle East. Non legal professionals involved in the maritime and maritime services sector will gain deep insights into the practical workings of maritime and trade law.
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