Law and Corporate Social Responsibility - 122 - Master's Year 2

Program Objectives

The Corporate Law and Social Responsibility program offers students a unique opportunity to professionalize by means of doing research. It provide an interdisciplinary approach to corporate law and encourages students to engage with its issues with the framework of corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Program objectives:

  • Become an expert in legal reasoning and analysis
  • Develop legal research skills that provide access to jobs in the legal profession
  • Know how to make a legal argument firmly grounded in evidence
  • Be able to engage with the kind of multidisciplinary approach required of today's members of the legal profession
  • Learn essential comparative techniques

The course teaches students essential skills such as:

  • Conduct contractual negotiations,
  • Supporting a client in pre-litigation or litigation,
  • Helping a company to make responsible choices, particularly in social and financial terms

Types of education
Initial training
French and English
ECTS Credits
60 credits
12 weeks
Type of Diploma
National diploma
Academic Year


  • François PASQUALINI

    Professor of Private Law

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree

  • Georges Decocq

    Professor of Private Law

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree

  • Astrid Jouslin de Noray

    Teaching assistant

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The challenges of the ecological and social transition in the Master's degree programs

Several courses and tools are offered to students in the Master’s program, regardless of their specialization

After Dauphine

1 Month

job hunting's average duration


Median salary

100 %

match between job and qualification level of graduates


House of Finance - Université Paris Dauphine-PSL
PwC Avocats
PDGB Avocats
Cabinet Elbaz-Gabay-Cohen
Cabinet Franklin
Centre français de droit comparé (CFDC)