Description et Objectifs International. Mail : email@example.com, Assesseur aux relations institutionnelles et développement de projets - Responsable de la licence droit science politique. Il encadre un séminaire de recherche en droit international et européen To be eligible for both the Master 1 “Droit international et européen” and the LLB degrees, students must successfully complete all four years: During Year 1, you take modules equivalent to 120 credits (60 ECTS). Between 3 and 6 months abroad or in national institutions having an international focus, Networking Opportunities L’objectif de cette thèse est de comparer l’appréciation par la Cour européenne des Droits de l’Homme et par la Cour de Justice de l’Union européenne des personnes désignées comme « vulnérables » et des effets juridiques de cette désignation sur les droits fondamentaux. The “Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen” builds on a joint first year (M1) of all six LL.M. AMU’s Faculté de droit et de science politique is widely acknowledged, both in France and abroad, as one of France’s most prestigious law faculties. • International Criminal Law Sa thèse (co-dirigée par le doyen Panoussis, Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille, et le doyen Nihoul, Faculté de Droit de l’Université de Namur) porte sur la personne vulnérable au regard des Cours européennes. Elle est professeur des universités catholiques depuis 2015, permanente de la Faculté depuis septembre 2010, directrice du Master 2 droit international et européen parcours droit des affaires et de la concurrence, co-directrice de l’International and European Law School (IELS), permanente de la Faculté et membre du C3RD. Graduate from Loyola University in Maryland with a B.B.A. Possibility of taking part in international Moot Courts competitions and legal clinics, Masterclass Students must also show proof of civil liability insurance coverage and of repatriation insurance coverage. Aurélia Lamiroy est assistante doctorante en droit européen au sein de la Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille, en co-direction avec l’Université de Namur depuis octobre 2019. Débouchés professionnels. Teaches International Trade law | European Union Official, European Commission, DG Trade, Brussels (Belgium). He currently coaches the Master 1 students for the Telders, an International Law Moot Court Competition held each year before the International Court of Justice in the Hague. Students offering alternative qualifications should contact us for further advice. Through the great variety of courses, taught both in English and French, and numerous practical experiences (legal clinics, MOOT competitions, Masters’ Week, job dating) I had the opportunity to exchange and learn, while developing my professional project. Sarah Durelle-Marc is Associate professor at the the Lille Catholic University . John Baptist Onama is a bona fide Doctoral Fellow in International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy at the University of Bucharest and the Institute of Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) of Berlin. She previously practiced International Human Rights Law and most notably acted as Legal Counsel for the Kafkaris v Cyprus case, before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, where she worked for three years. Leonardo Massai holds a PhD in Climate Change Law and is also associated with academic institutions where he regularly lectures in EU Law, International and EU Environmental Law, Climate Change Law and Human Rights and Environment. Post-doctoral Researcher, Saint Louis University, Brussels (Belgium) - Former référendaire, European Court of Justice, Luxemburg (Luxembourg). degree from the College of Europe (Bruges), with a specialisation in EU Law. Sign up here to receive all the latest news and events from Kent. He holds a Master Degree in Sociology of Law from Paris II Panthéon Assas University (2004) and is conducting a PhD research focusing on access to justice and social development at Catholic University of Louvain (ongoing, since 2015). He has collaborated with various organisations: NGOs (Avocats Sans Frontières, RCN justice et démocratie, Impunity Watch), International Organisations (United Nations, Agence Française de Développement, DfID, Enabel, European Union, VLIR-UOS, ARES) and Universities (Lille Catholic University, Ngozi University, Aix Marseille University). His main fields of research are Public International Law, with specific attention to issues related to International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and the Law of International Organisations. For more detailed information, see: www.kent.ac.uk/law. Maître de conférences - Directeur de l'International & European Law School (IELS), responsable de la licence européenne de droit campus Lille, directeur du master de droit international et européen 100% en anglais. Watch Queue Queue He holds a Ph.D from Aix-Marseille University and conducted his doctoral thesis under the supervision of a jurist (Sandrine Maljean Dubois) and an ecologist (Wolfgang Cramer). During Stages 1 and 2, student performance (e.g., assessment methods, marking criteria, progression, condonement, compensation, appeals, resits) is subject exclusively to the regulations of AMU. He additionally is an Alternate Member of the Enforcement Branch to the Compliance Committee of the Kyoto Protocol (elected as representative of the Asia-Pacific group), where he will serve until 31 December 2021. Helene TIGROUDJA; Informations. Ana-Maria Telbis is a Programme coordinator for an EU-wide judicial training project (Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals) at the Council of Europe. Julie Goffin trains lawyers in various European and African countries and has participated to numerous international projects and missions as expert in International Law. He is a Principal Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s Dispute Resolution Group based in Frankfurt. Avant de débuter sa carrière académique, Valentina a travaillé comme responsable de projet dans une ONG de base active dans les domaines de la coopération internationale et de la protection des droits de l’Homme. Sofia Tzortzi is a qualified EU lawyer (in Athens and Nicosia) and a political scientist specialised in EU law and policies. She teaches about the Actors and parliamentary institutions in the European Union at IEP of Lille, and she is on of the head of the Law and Political Science Bachelor’s program at the the the Lille Catholic University. She also represented victims in two cases before the International Criminal Court (2009-2015) and worked at the Defence Office of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon as a Senior Consultant in International Criminal Law, Transitional Justice, Human Rights and in the Capacity-building of the judiciary (2017). Her expertise extends to trial monitoring and reporting, within an OSCE project involvement. Modalités d'enseignement: Formation initiale Présentation Objectifs. Her recent publications are : “L’enfant adopté simple: une situation fiscalement précaire en cas de décès de l’adoptant pendant la minorité de l’enfant”, “ La responsabilité du chef de l’État français au regard de son action européenne” , in Chr. and attract bilingual students from the UK, France and other countries to reinforce international recruitment and contribute to the diversification of the student body at AMU and KLS. Module 3 in the first semester of this joint first year includes an obligatory course on European banking and financial law. Il intervient en tant qu’expert à l’Ecole nationale d’administration (ENA) et à l’Institut d’Etudes Humanitaires Internationales d’Aix Marseille Université. She holds a PhD in International Criminal Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights in Galway, Ireland and two LLM degrees in International and Comparative Law, one from Tulane University, School of Law and one from New York University, School of Law. She currently holds the position of Human Rights and Protection of Lawyers’ coordinator at the Union Internationale des Avocats where she also chairs the International Criminal Defence Commission. He additionally drafted the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Special Criminal Court in Central African Republic (CAR), which were adopted by the CAR Parliament in June 2018. Participation of scholars and practitioners from leading national and international institutions (e.g. Oriane Cabaret is a Lawyer at the Bar of Lille since November 2015. Niveau d'entrée. It also offers a research path for students potentially interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in France or abroad. • International and EU Environmental Law Master (M2) mention Droit International et Droit Européen parcours type ESLToulouse-LLM International Economic Law (MINTEC) Présentation; Admission; Programme; Orientation; Contacts; Niveau de recrutement Bac + 4 Lieu(x) de formation Toulouse (campus UT1) Accessible en Formation initiale. Master en Droit international et européen - Introduction par Maya Hertig, Professeure ordinaire, Université de Genève, Suisse. In 2014, he co-founded Climalia, a specialised private consulting company providing climate services in Italy, where he operates as a climate change law and policy specialist. He is involved in both individual and collective research projects, which are developed nationally and internationally. He has worked on the affirmative action in India, and the role of rights and constitutional discourse in minority political mobilization in India. Conferences and workshops on contemporary issues of international, comparative and human rights law, Internships with distinction from Hofstra University School of Law in 2006 and obtained an LL.M. In addition, she has been coaching teams for moot court competitions in the areas of human rights and international law. Write specialist legal documents and keep abreast of legal developments. Laboratoires partenaires. He was additionally a member of the Peer Review Panel of the British Council of the Ministry of Education and International Expert for the Spanish National Evaluation Agency (Agencia Nacional de Evaluación y Prospectiva). Since 2017, students from the Master 2 programme organise each year the Masterclass « Global Actors for Peace », which analyses the role of global non-state actors in building a long-lasting international peace. He has published on the international right to education, on parental rights, and on constitutional law in Israel. in International and European Law – Human Rights, Security and Development, LL.M. She also coordinates a PhD programme in Global Studies on Justice, Rights and Politics. BAC +3 . He performed his undergraduate studies at the Università degli Studi di Torino (Italy) and at the of Maastricht (Netherlands). Ses matières de spécialisation sont le droit international public, le droit international et européen des droits de l’Homme, le droit international humanitaire, le droit des réfugiés. She has worked in Brussels at the cabinet of a former Commissioner for the environment, as the coordinator of COREPER I (deputy Mertens) at the Council of the EU for the Cyprus Presidency and as a consultant for private undertakings in the area of EU environmental law. In 2019, she was awarded a EU-funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to carry out a two-year research project on business and human rights focusing on EU policies (2019–2021).