University partnerships

Voltaire Avocats / University partnerships

Voltaire Avocats maintains privileged links with universities that lead to :

  • Lawyers of the firm hosting classes for different Master II students
  • Interns being present in the cabinet throughout the year
  • Delivering a thesis prize
  • Participation in symposiums

Voltaire Avocats is also partner of the Master II Corporate Lawyer of Tour University (www.e-maje.fr). For several years now, the speciality “working relationships” is one o the best training in social law (SMBG ranking).

Each year Voltaire Avocats grants a prize to the best students of the Corporate Lawyer Master of Tour University.

Voltaire Avocats had the honour to sponsor the class of 2011-2012 which carries the name of the firm.

Voltaire Avocats is also partner of the Master II Labour Law of Lille 2 University.
Voltaire Avocats sponsored the 2016-2017 class of this training course.

“The Master 2 in labour law, equally adapted for a professional activity and research, has been providing excellence training to lawyers for several years now in the field of individual and collective labour relations.

The training which proceeds on a work/study basis (internship or training contract) is provided by an experienced team, composed of academics and professionals, all recognised specialists on social questions. The degree’s attractiveness is attested by the number of students applying each year. Closely linked to the research team in social law of the Law and Prospects of Law Centre (LEREDS/CRDP), the degree leads to eligibility for sought-after professional positions in various sectors (HR manager, social lawyer, lawyer, academic researcher…)
The dynamism of the training course also stems from the presence of highly motivated and particularly committed students. A blog demonstrates that our students contribute to the strength of the diploma and form a cohesive team, competent and available. It also shows their willingness to share their researches and their knowledge on current issues of social law.”

Bernard BOSSU
Directeur du Master 2, droit du travail de l’Université de Lille 2,
Directeur du LEREDS (CRDP)