Mastering both legal and business languages is crucial to meet my client's expectations and the LLM precisely provided me with both the business and legal tools that I needed to understand the issues faced by my clients.
Jean-Julien Lemonnier (EDHEC 2005) Associate - White & Case LLP – France
The EDHEC LLM in Law & Tax Management is a one-year full-time programme entirely taught in
English. The EDHEC LLM seeks to offer students global knowledge of the relationships between
companies and their legal environment, together with an in-depth understanding of the practice of
business law in international law firms and corporate legal departments.
- Assess, analyse and implement technical matters in a broad range of legal areas
- Handle complex legal issues
- Master strategic thinking in managing legal risk & compliance
- Create value by using the law
The programme combines core modules, electives in French or in English, seminars and numerous case studies and projects, and especially:
- Advanced Competition Law
- Business Ethics for Lawyers
- Capital Markets Law
- Compliance and Risk Management
- Family Business Law
- Intellectual Property Law in Globalised and Digital Economies
- International Tax Law
- Law, Strategy & Lobbying
- Practice of Mergers and Acquisitions
- Strategies in Litigation, Arbitration and ADR
The EDHEC LLM in Law & Tax Management offers a practice-oriented curriculum designed for
students who want to become business lawyers, in-house counsels or compliance officers.
IMPACT OF THE EDHEC RESEARCH
The programme draws on the collective expertise of LegalEdhec, a research centre led by distinguished professors of law who produce critical insight into the field of law and management.
STRONGLY CONNECTED WITH THE BUSINESS WORLD
Based on the concept ‘One File/One Firm’, a series of practical exercises and studies cases are organised to further promote a dynamic and pragmatic approach. Specialised lawyers and some of the most repudiate law firms and companies such as August & Debouzy,EY, Freshfields, Linklaters, White & Case, Deloitte Luxembourg, CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre, AG2R La Mondiale, Studiocanal and Tarkett have partnered with the LLM to further train future legal practitioners.