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Program Objectives

The Masters in Law is a two-year graduate course in law for those who are interested in issues relating to management and economics and who want to gain interdisciplinary skills.
This programme has a strong international dimension, thanks to the many relationships which Dauphine has developed with leading Law Schools around the globe. It provides access to the exams for entry to the French legal professions upon completion of the first year of the course.

Program Objectives:

  • Benefit from an interdisciplinary law programme with a strong dimension of management and economics, taught by Dauphine Law school academics as well as leading practitioners.
  • Allows students to understand the regulatory aspect of the economic process from the perspective of French private & public law as well as European and international law.
  • Offers various perspectives from within the French legal professions, and a parallel course allows for training for the US Bar / solicitor in the UK.
  • Benefit from international opportunities, including exchanges, numerous visiting professors from leading US, UK and European law schools, foreign trips, seminars and lunch series organised by the faculty.

By enrolling at Dauphine - PSL, you are joining Université PSL. Ranked among the world’s top 50 universities (THE , QS), PSL offers a world-class graduate education at the Master’s and PhD levels that draws on the scientific strengths of its component schools. Your courses are being provided by Dauphine - PSL, while your degree will be issued by Université PSL.

Organization of the Master’s Degree

1st year
Public Governance : Work-study training

After a first year, 2 specializations are possible.

No gap year

1st year
Assets

After a first year followed by an optional gap year, 3 specializations are possible.

Optional gap year

Types of education
Initial and work-based training or Executive Education
Outgoing Level
BAC+5
Language(s)
French and English
Duration of studies
4 semesters (excluding the gap year)
ECTS Credits
120 credits
Type of Diploma
National diploma
Academic Year
2020/2021

Primary Opportunities

  • Lawyer
  • Lawyer for Corporate Legal Management
  • Insurance Manager
  • Notary
  • Financial and Regulatory Lawyer

Study Abroad During Your Master’s Degree at Dauphine 

Thanks to its network of partner universities, campuses and programs abroad, Dauphine offers you the possibility of obtaining a dual degree, a delocalized master's degree or multi-campus training. 


Dauphine in Their Own Words

"The Professional Heritage Law course has been a real “springboard” for my professional life because it has allowed me to adapt my theoretical knowledge to the professional environment in which I practice as a lawyer. The diversity of the students' backgrounds gave me access to an important network in asset consulting (notaries, lawyers, private banking asset engineers…)."

François LEMOINEAttorney at Sarrau Thomas Couderc

Your path at Dauphine :
Professional Property Law Course

"I was lucky enough to go to Bangalore, India, to study for a semester. [...] Studying in India allowed me to discover a system completely different from ours, combining modernity and tradition. The students were very welcoming, and I had a great time! Much more than an academic exchange, it was an extraordinary experience. My two pieces of advice: great adaptability and a lot of curiosity."

Manon BALDINExchange at the National Law School of India University of Bangalore

Your path at Dauphine :
European and International Business Law track

"My experience within the European and International Business Law course was a crucial professional step: this precious year allowed me to live an outstanding academic experience in Australia and prepared me perfectly for the profession of business lawyer evolving in an international universe."

Frédéric ROBLESLawyer at Bredin Prat

Your path at Dauphine :
European and International Business Law track


A dedicated team

  • Georges DECOCQ

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the Master's degree in Law, Director of the 1st year of the Master's degree - Law (Major in Business Law and Taxation)

  • Claudie BOITEAU

    Professor of Public Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree - Market Law and Regulation

  • Dominique BOREL

    Assistant Professor, Director of the 2nd year of Master's Degree - Advanced Tax Law

  • Emmanuel DINH

    Assistant Professor, Private Law

  • Thibaut MASSART

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master's Degree - Corporate Taxation

  • Renaud DORANDEU

    Professor of Political Science, Director of the 2nd year of the Master's Degree - Advocacy Law and Public Affairs, Director of the 2nd year of the Master's Degree - Law and Public Management

  • Anne KARM

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 1st year of the Master’s degree - Law (Major Property), Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Notarial Law

  • Amavi KOUEVI

    Associate Professor

  • Arnaud RAYNOUARD

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Tax Administration - International Program

  • Jérôme KULLMANN

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Insurance Law

  • Sophie LEMAIRE

    Professor of Private Law

  • Hélène TISSANDIER

    Assistant Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - European and International Business Law

  • Antoine LOUVARIS

    Professor of Public Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Business Law

  • Elisabeth MELLA

    Assistant Professor of Private Law, Director of the 1st year of the Master’s degree - Law (Major Public Governance)

  • Sophie SCHILLER

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Business Law and Professional Assets Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Business Law

  • François PASQUALINI

    Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master’s degree - Corporate Law and Social Responsibility

  • Annick PERROT-BIENVENU

    Assistant Professor of Private Law, Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree - Financial Lawyer