Market Law and Regulation - 291 - Master's Year 2

Program Objectives

The Market Law and Regulation program trains company lawyers (in the private and public sectors), regulatory authority lawyers, and corporate lawyers who have a firm grasp of the rules and procedures that pertain to regulated markets as well as the economic mechanisms at work there.

Program objectives:

  • Understand the legal and economic challenges of market regulation
  • Have an interdisciplinary take on the mechanisms and procedures of market regulation
  • Become expert in tools for analyzing competition in regulated markets
  • Become expert in litigation of regulated markets
  • Understand international, European, and national market regulation frameworks
Types of education
Executive Education
Initial training
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
12 weeks
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
National diploma
Academic Year

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  • Claudie BOITEAU

    Professor of Private Law

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

  • Aurore Laget-Annamayer

    Professor of Private Law

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

  • Caroline CHAILLEUX

    Teaching assistant

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After Dauphine

1 Month

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