The Aix en Provence Law School and the CERIC //
The Aix en Provence Law Faculty was recognised by a Papal Bull in 1409.
First Doctors in Theology & Law can be traced back to 1200.
It is today part of the Aix-Marseille University, which has the biggest in financial endowement of the French speaking world.
Aix en Provence, the French Florence, hosts 10 000 law students and more than 40 000 students in total, thousands of them being foreigners. Located 4h drive from Barcelona & Milan, with a low cost airport & a TGV station just 20 minutes out of Place de la Rotonde, it is an ideal environment for studies and discovering Western Europe.
The International & European aspirations of the Aix en Provence Law School are underlined by it's CERIC Research Center in International & EU Law, with Environmental Law being one of it's multiple pioneer areas of study. The quality of Reasearch is confirmed by its Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS UMR 7318) Label.
Different Master I degrees are offered (4th year in law) and some of the best LLM in EU & International Law, largely recognised for their quality by academic and private sectors.
CERIC publishes many different Collections of Books, among which
- Travaux du CERIC, Bruylant, Bruxelles
- Rencontres internationales d'Aix en Provence, Economica
- Monde européen et international, La documentation française
...and publishes two Scientific Journals
- L'Observateur des Nations Unies (avec l'IEP d'Aix en Provence)
- European Law Journal, Blackwell Publishers, Redacteur en chef M. le Professeur Francis SNYDER (avec la London School of Economics et l'Institut Universitaire Européen de Florence).
CERIC is leading many EU & National Research Programs and is a Jean Monnet Documentation center.