Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
Dean: Professor Christophe Jamin Executive director: Anne-Solenne de Roux
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With a dynamic faculty and international network of excellence the Sciences Po Law School aims to train outstanding jurists, able to adapt and advance in a constantly changing professional environment. Students are recruited after three years of undergraduate education in France or abroad (for example, a university degree in the humanities or economics, a degree from a business school, engineering school, école normale supérieure, etc.), and after having clearly identiﬁed their professional goals. No prior qualiﬁcations in law are required. The pedagogical approach of the Law School is based on work in small groups. This interactive style is designed to develop critical thinking and imagination, thereby forming excellent technicians able to grasp the multiple dimensions and challenges of law, to deal with complex problems as part of multidisciplinary teams, and to adapt to unexpected situations. Graduates will subsequently work in law ﬁrms, companies, economic regulatory authorities or the judiciary. Some of them may choose to pursue further study in a PhD program in the ﬁeld of economic law, globalization, changing trends in public policy, or the theory of law and justice. Sciences Po Law School prepares students for the following programs: • the competitive examination to the École nationale de la magistrature and to sit the bar examination; • a PhD in law.