Bachelor - Law

Program Objectives

The Bachelor's in Law is an option reserved for law students. Benefitting from the quality of Dauphine-PSL’s faculty, close ties maintained by the university with the professional world and socio-economic circles, as well as smaller class size and seminars.

Program Objectives:

  • Develop knowledge related to core subjects in management sciences.
  • Train legal experts to have good knowledge of private and public law as well as a base of “Common Law” and a doorway to other disciplines.
  • Teach students to think for themselves and to grasp legal situations from a practical perspective with an approach that integrates the economic environment of entities and the international dimension of issues.
  • Propose a legal approach from a political science, sociological, and political economy perspective, as well as action management and local, national, European, and international public decisions and the influence these have on socio-economic circles.

Organization of the Bachelor's degree

Bachelor’s degree in Law

1st year

Core Curriculum

Fundamental Courses

Management, applied economics, social science, law, digital science and related issues, and the ecological transition

2nd year

Core Curriculum

Fundamental Courses

Management, applied economics, social science, law, digital science and related issues, and the ecological transition

Types of education
Initial Training
Outgoing Level
BAC+3
Language(s)
French and English
Duration of studies
6 semesters
ECTS Credits
180 credits
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Bachelor's degree
Academic Year
2021/2022