The graduation ceremony took place at EY Société d’Avocats on October 21 2016. On that very evening, we saw our project come true. We wanted to organize a great ceremony that everyone, especially the graduates, would remember. We thought that it would be logical to reward the students after four years of hard-work at the … Lire la suite de The First Graduation Ceremony of the Grande Ecole du Droit
Last tests are being made on the microphone. Latercomers tiptoe into the room. It's time for everyone to take a seat. It's time for the first afterwork of 2016 to start. The afterworks are becoming a custom for the GED student. It's an evening to meet and exchange with professionals. Of course, an afterwork wouldn't … Lire la suite de The afterworks are back !
Last year, because I was doing my Business and Finance law Masters 1 by anticipation, just like every third-year student in the Grande Ecole du Droit, I had to choose one elective course each semester in Business and Finance law to complete the requirements of the Masters degree. While I had chosen commercial law for … Lire la suite de Why choose competition law ?
Who am I ? This is the question that every student who attended the 4th edition of the LL.M Roadshow had in mind at the end of the conference. Being a third year student at “La Grande Ecole du Droit” means that leaving for the LL.M is just few months away. Our choices are narrowed down … Lire la suite de The LL.M Roadshow : a key to our future
On September 18th 2015, the GED students gathered at the Tour First for the annual meeting with our partner EY. It was a new beginning that had a déjà vu feeling. For the older ones it was the start of another year and for the youngest, a smooth but enlightening way to discover a unique … Lire la suite de Being part of a group
“Vaincre la Mucoviscidose” is an organization my family has always financially supported, yet never really been a part of: it is a five-decade-old organization whose aim is to fund cystic fibrosis research and help cystic fibrosis (CF) patients. In France, CF is the most common genetic disease: the number of CF patients is estimated at … Lire la suite de Building a project: RunAssceaux
The Lysias contest is a must at our law school; it is both a speaking contest and an advocacy one. First year students (L1) plead in civil law, while second year students (L2) plead in criminal law. The competition consists on four rounds. Candidates have six days to deal with a topic and write a … Lire la suite de The Grande Ecole du Droit at the Lysias competition: a success story
How did you discover the GED? Very early, I knew my future job would imply the English language in order to be capable of studying abroad, and then, living abroad. I decided to gather information about law studies since I am a literary person who loves to write and argue. However, I wanted a university … Lire la suite de A GED1 interview : Flora Boillaut
The 2014-2015 promotion of the Grande Ecole du Droit is mainly composed of people from the scientific branch in high school. Others are from the economic branch while the literature one is the less represented. How have these students discovered this very special curriculum ? The usual process to access a school after the baccalauréat … Lire la suite de What does it mean to be a GED student ?
Entering the premises of Ernst & Young was probably the moment when we all understood what were the privileges of our specific diploma. In fact, what is different with being in the GED is actually the close contact and the direct familiarity that is offered to us with the professional framework that we are able … Lire la suite de Start of the school year – a crossed description made by two first year students