Saint-Martin-d'Hères / Valence

Organization

Manager(s) : 

Dean

David Dechenaud
droit-doyen@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Head of Administration
Céline Debanne
celine.debanne@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Programs

The Faculté de droit de Grenoble offers students a wide range of courses from Bachelor's and Master's degrees to Doctorates in Law. All these courses can be followed as part of initial training or as continuing education. Many of the courses also have the option of being followed as distance learning.

The Faculty of Law offers three Bachelor's courses and 16 Master's courses. We also propose a number of other diplomas including the university diploma "Collège de droit" and the Certificate in French Law.

In addition to this broad and diverse collection we provide courses to prepare you for entrance exams and competitions for the ENM (National School of Magistracy) and the CRFPA (Regional Centre for the Professional Education of Lawyers) (overseen by the Institut d'études judiciaires (Institute of Judicial Studies)) as well as for the EN3S (National School of Social Security) and all administrative competitions.

Research

The Faculty's research is carried out by two well-known research centres (Centre for Legal Research and Centre for Studies on International Security and European Cooperation) and a doctoral school, together with a community of researchers made up of around 80 research professors and 130 doctoral researchers.

Partnerships

  • Professionals: the UFR Droit maintains close relationships with the most well-known businesses, local authorities, public administrations, jurisdictions, law firms and consultancies and notarial firms both locally and nationally.
  • Other institutions: Isère Prefecture, Grenoble Court Offices, Town of Valence and Drôme and Ardèche départements, amongst others.
  • Higher education institutions: GEM, Université Savoie Mont-Blanc, IAE de Grenoble, IDHL, ILERI, IEPG...
The Faculty has also developed a significant international network which allows us to offer students a large choice of opportunities to study abroad.