The Bachelor’s in Law degree consists of a generalist course over 3 years focused on teaching the fundamentals of public law, private law, and legal history. During the sixth semester students can specialise in one of two areas: public law or private law. This choice of specialisation determines the choice of master's degree.
Competences et savoir-faire
Skills and Knowledge
In terms of targeted skills, students who achieve this law degree are able to:
- understand French, European, and international institutions;
- understand France's contemporary legal and political systems, as well as their historical evolution;
- understand and use the fundamental rules of the various branches of law and the link between various categories of legal norms;
- master legal terminology and grasp legal issues;
- situate themselves in the main debates and issues of the contemporary world in order to fully exercise their citizenship;
- treat a legal problem by clearly defining its terms and placing it in the proper context;
- draft a commentary on a legal document, an essay/oral presentation, and convey it in the proper form, both in writing and orally;
- communicate in written and oral form in their native language and in a second language;
- use information and communication technologies;
- adapt to new situations and apply their knowledge and skills in a professional context;
- assess the quality of their own work and that of others;
- learn independently..
Particular attention is paid to training students in oral expression during guided study sessions or workshops, participation in conferences/debates, and the recommended use of oral communication during catch-up sessions.