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Summer course 2017 : registrations are open !

July 3rd to July 21st 2017

Exclusively in Sorbonne-Assas International Law School, Singapore campus!

The Summer course in Sorbonne-Assas International Law School is a 3-weeks program including 3 modules: Corportate Structures in Asia, International Financing and International Structured Finance and Derivatives. This program aims at introducing professionals to various practices related to finance and corporate structures in Asia.

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Welcome Day Singapore – January 2017

Welcome to to the 2017 LLM Batch Singapore !

We wish you all the best for the coming period


LL.M 2016 Graduation Ceremony : first LL.M batch in Mauritius campus

Congratulations to all students graduating the LL.M. International Business Law with Assas and Sorbonne – Assas International Law School and Université Pantheon-Assas Paris II!

They enrolled for the LL.M. degree last November 2015 over a 10-months span, joining a class with a mix of professionals of diverse industrial backgrounds.
We wish them all the best in your respective careers and future endeavours.

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Video – Environmental law by Benedicte Fauvarque

Environmental law – CSR as binding contracts

The Professor Benedicte Fauvarque-Cosson, specialist in Environmental and Sustainable development, president of the Societe de Legislation Comparee and Vice President of the International Academy of Comparative Law and of the European Law Institute gives a interview about : when environmental law becomes binding for the companies : example of climate change.

Only a few days left to submit you application to the LLM program

Reminder to all LLM applicants to Sorbonne-Assas International Law School deadline is September 30, less than 2 days away!

We encourage you to apply now !

Reception for participants of the conference on “The Future of Competition Law and Policy in the ASEAN Countries”

The participants of the conference on “The Future of Competition Law and Policy in the ASEAN Countries” held at ESSEC Business School on April 23 were invited by Mr. Benjamin DUBERTET Read more

Short Program – March 11th to March 27th, 2015

The Sorbonne International Law School short program is a 3-week academic program giving the students an in-depth and concrete knowledge on international business transactions law.

This short courses program allows students to get familiar with International Business Law major topics and acquire a theoretical and practical understanding through lectures, case study group work and other exercises.

The Sorbonne Assas International Law School Singapore campus is located in INSEAD Business School campus, easy access, and relaxed environment.
The short program is also an opportunity to discover the city of Singapore.



The courses offered by the program include:

• States and International Trade Law

Syllabus: main principles and rules of international trade law: international contracts and BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer Contracts); public-private international partnerships; litigation related to State contracts.
Objectives and skills targeted: Acquiring in depth knowledge of legal mechanisms governing international public-private partnerships.

• Mergers and Acquisitions

Syllabus: The various forms of companies and concentrations between enterprises. The rules governing mergers and acquisitions in an international environment.
Objectives and skills targeted: Acquiring the capacity to identify the different types of business mergers and to identify the most efficient legal structure.


Syllabus: Presentation of the legal environment for doing business in China and introduction to the Chinese legal system; IP laws and labour laws; corporate law and M&A; commercial contracts in China.
Concrete insights on the legal practices in China and the approach of the Chinese market by overseas investors. Acquire concrete knowledge of the legal environment for doing business in China and the legal framework for setting up an entity, operating a business, recruiting staff, acquiring a company, negotiating and concluding a commercial contract with a Chinese counterpart.



Stéphane Braconnier

Stéphane Braconnier

Professor of Law- Paris Panthéon-Assas University (Sorbonne Alliance)

Stéphane Braconnier manages the Master program in "Economic Public Law". He is also Dean of Sorbonne-Assas International Law School - Asia, set up in Singapore in 2011.

He holds undisputed expertise in several fields of Public Business law: Public Procurement law, outsourcing of public activities, Public-Private Partnerships, Energy and Public Competition law.

He is the author of numerous publications on these subjects and has frequently moderated seminars and training sessions in both France and abroad.

He is expert for the European Commission, the European Parliament and for the Commission of "Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest-Africaine".

Laurent Convert

Laurent Convert

Associate Professor

Laurent Convert is associate Professor at Paris II University (Panthéon- Assas). He worked as a lawyer in London and Madrid, and made a work of research on comparative Company Law. His interest in the international field leads him to lecture regularly in deferent continents.

He is part of several international programs in which he provides courses in International and European Business Law to students coming from the USA (Northern Illinois University - NIU). He also provides courses of Business law and Company Law to students coming from China (University of Nankai).

Nathalie Boué

Nathalie Boué

Business lawyer

Nathalie Boué is an adjunct teacher of Chinese business law at Temple University in Tokyo (Japan) and Sorbonne Assas International Law School (Singapore campus).

Since 2007, Nathalie Boué is based in Asia. As a member of the Board of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China (CCIFC) from 2008 to 2010 and a practising lawyer, she was actively involved in the local business community in Shanghai and was a frequent speaker on legal issues related to doing legal business in China and international mobility issues.

Through her experiences in law firms in China (Shanghai) and Japan (Tokyo), she has gained extensive expertise in advising foreign companies on investing in Asia, Chinese business law matters and corporate cross-border transactions.


This course deals mainly with practical case studies and certain key subjects.


Any student following our short program will fully enjoy all the facilities of our campus: situated within Singapore’s knowledge hub, the campus has since grown and covers an area of some 20,000 square metres with eight amphitheatres, numerous teaching rooms and discussion areas, an auditorium, full wireless Internet access, a 24-hour library and fitness facility.


Participants are required to have reasonable good level of speaking English as the program will be conducted in English.


A Certificate in International Business Law will be issued at the end of the Short Program for all the participants.


We will organize a visit of Singapore; we will take you on Singapore City Gallery where you will discover the story of the nation’s planning efforts, physical transformation – past, present and future.
A visit of one of the international organizations based in Singapore, or any institution, bank, law firm, or corporation to give you a much better understanding of Singapore and the Supreme Court of Singapore.


Registration is open for everyone with master level or LLB, executives or legal practitioners
Short program schedule:
from March 11th (Wednesday), to March 27th (Friday), 2015

Program fees: 3,200 Euros, including courses, documentation for courses and case studies, participation to incentive events, housing during the whole period of time of the short program (18 nights in twin rooms or 2 bedrooms apartment).

  • Option 1: 3 200 Euros with housing (18 nights in twin rooms or 2 bedrooms apartment)
  • Option 2: 2 500 Euros without housing

Does not include: airfare & travel expenses in and outside Singapore, extra nights, return tickets from field trip. destinations, insurance, meals and other living expenses.

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JFR Launch Conference – Regulating moral hazard, July 11-12, 2014



Inaugural Conference of the Journal of Financial Regulation

Venue : University Paris II, 12 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris

The threat of moral hazard has played an influential role in shaping post-crisis policy debates about the optimal role and limits of financial regulation as a means of constraining socially excessive risk-taking.
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Simultaneously, however, our understanding of moral hazard – its potential sources, its impact on financial markets and institutions, and the most appropriate regulatory responses – is far from complete.

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Participation is free. Please register before June 20, 2014

Conference programme update