Anglo-American Law is increasingly influential in the fields of law, business, government and political policy around the world. Lawyers, business and political leaders and professionals who wish to advance their career opportunities in the International arena recognize the essential need for training in Anglo-American Law. UCP School of Law has designed the Anglo-American Law Degree with this global objective in mind.
The Degree is built upon both a theoretical and practical law experience. Law Professors include both academically trained professors and experienced attorneys from a variety of fields and from different countries. Those UCP Law Professors who have practiced law bring practical courtroom knowledge and attorney experience into the classroom. This provides UCP students the opportunity to learn how to think like a lawyer and practice being a lawyer in a classroom/courtroom setting. This feature of legal education is an especially interesting and beneficial experience to law students who attend UCP School of Law.
The Anglo-American Law Degree is offered in English, which reinforces the English language skills of our students within the context of Anglo-American legal terminology and practice. This gives our students an in-depth understanding of the Anglo-American legal profession in preparation for legal careers in International Law Firms.
This also provides educational opportunities to international students from around the world who speak English and who desire to obtain a legal education in France. The program offers courses to students at the Licence, Master 1 and Master 2 levels. This gives a rich and comprehensive legal training experience to the legal student, regardless of educational level. At UCP School of Law, we are training attorneys for the practice of law anywhere in the world, and providing legal knowledge for professional and business careers around the globe.
Licence et Master 1 droits français et anglais / LLB in English and French Law
Double diplômation de Licence mentions Droit et LLCER (Anglais)
Master 1 de droit - LLB English and French Law
Licence Droit, Mention Droit français - Droit Étrangers, Parcours Droit Français - Common law