CCLS is pleased to work with a variety of associations, universities, companies, law firms and other institutions in Paris, including:
CCLS is working with Amicus Curiae to provide students with the opportunity to contribute to their Amicus Info initiative. The aim is to inform as well as decipher and analyse legal issues in a way accessible not just to lawyers, but to the general public also. A number of current and former LLM in Paris students contribute blog articles on diverse topics of global interest.
Read the interview with Anastasia Simonova, who talks about her involvement with Amicus Project.
We have worked with the Association Française des Juristes d’Entreprise (AFJE) for many years. We work together to coordinate seminars involving members of the Queen Mary academic team, and to provide in-house counsel with training and updates in particular areas of commercial law.
We work closely with the Law School of the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, including in the delivery of a shared, bilingual Sorbonne - Queen Mary Double LLM.
We are keen to promote student interaction and exchange through shared events and other activities.
ELSA (The European Law Students’ Association) is the world’s largest law students’ association; it is comprised of more than 41,000 members across the globe including students and recent graduates who are interested in academic and personal excellence in addition to their studies at their universities.
ELSA Queen Mary is the first local ELSA group established in London and, from our campus in Paris, we are pleased to collaborate also with ELSA France.
The Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris, ESCP Europe, is one of the world’s oldest business schools and we are delighted to be working with them on a number of collaborative projects. The projects aim to combine the expertise of the two institutes from the two disciplines of commercial law and business management, providing students with an opportunity to advance their career prospects through this entwined knowledge and these innovative channels. All projects will see students studying in both Paris and London, widening their international perspective, and career and networking opportunities.