What is the Summer School of civil law ?
The Summer School currently is one of the key initiatives of the Foundation in order to promote the characteristics and assets of Civil law.
This event is a yearly meeting for Civil law and legal culture, bringing together students and legal practitioners from all around the world in Paris during the first three weeks of July.
The courses are available in three different languages: English, French and Spanish. Such organization facilitates the teaching and the learning by erasing the language barrier.
The program offers ten different courses of ten hours each, all taught within the premises of the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), by eminent law professors and practitioners, with different fields of expertise and backgrounds. The students have to choose one mandatory course and three additional subjects such as constitutional law, contracts, liability, intellectual property, public contracts or arbitration.
In order to deepen and sharpen the student’s knowledge, the Civili Law Initiative organizes meetings with its partners and paramount French legal actors, including lawyers, bailiffs and notaries.
Finally, the training is complemented by a cultural program of visits of the highest French legal institutions, including the Constitutional Council, the Conseil d’Etat, the Cour de Cassation, the National Assembly and Senate.
Pursuant to an optional final examination, participants will be awarded a certificate of training in Civil Law by the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II).
Our ambition is to offer all students enrolled a coherent body of courses to convey knowledge on continental law, as well as its evolution and its influence on the legal and economic structures, currently under construction in the world. The Foundation is particularly attached to the international dimension of this event, which makes it a marketplace and crossroad for ideas, legal cultures and knowledge that creates privileged moments of gathering and debate. Those moments are extended abroad through the action of the Association of Friends for Civil Law (A2DC), bringing together participants of previous Summer School sessions.
Application will open in the beginning of 2019.