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Course Master's degree
School year ISIT 2022
Specialization Lawyer-Linguist and Law and Intercultural Studies
Country France

During the second year of her Lawyer-linguist master’s degree at ISIT and comparative law at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Caroline took part in the International Law Without Walls program.

Law Without Walls brings together law and business professionals with students from 30 law and business schools all around the world. The goal is to co-create innovative solutions to problems at the crossroads of law, business, and technology.

ISIT joined the Law Without Walls program in 2018, along with prestigious international schools such as Harvard, University of Miami school of law (founder), and Mexico Panamericana University.

How was your participation in the Law Without Walls program?

This program, organized by the University of Miami school of law brings together law students from around the world along with law and business professionals

The goal is to study an avant-garde innovation method to create, in groups, solutions to topical issues, combining law and business.

The program’s conclusion is a three-day weekend at Segovia University in Spain. We were put in groups with other students, lawyers, and business people to work on a specific issue and presented our solution on the last day.

Why sign up for this program? What did you expect? What did you get out of it?

I applied to Law Without Walls with the goal of gaining new innovation skills. I also wanted to strengthen my team spirit. Finally, I chose the Lawyer-linguist course following my affinity for multiculturalism. The opportunity to meet students and professionals from all around the world was immediately appealing to me.

Today, I can say that, beyond the theoretical and practical knowledge I acquired through the program, I also met great people and extended my professional network.

Why choose this double curriculum? What were the benefits of the ISIT’s Lawyer-linguist course?

This is my last year of the lawyer-linguist course.

It allows me to study law, languages, comparative and international law in my two working languages, English and Spanish.

I chose this double course because I wanted to work internationally and am very interested in multiculturalism. I also wanted to improve my linguistic skills and study comparative and international law.

Through the lawyer-linguist course, I learned much more than theoretical skills.I had countless opportunities to be involved in enriching projects: through the ISIT Legal Clinic, internships, and other programs such as Law Without Walls.

What are your professional plans?

After my double curriculum, I will be an intern with the Cour d’Appel de Paris (Paris Appeals Court), then in a legal practice in Paris before preparing for the CRFPA qualification exam.

My ambition is to become a lawyer specializing in international private law.