How to start #law studies in France? #books and methodology

How to start #law studies in France? #books and methodology

I have been asked by a member of our beautiful community what was the best way to start law studies in France and in French of course.

First you need to get acquainted with the legal vocabulary. This is where great books such as Vocabulaire juridique by author Gérard Cornu and Lexique des termes juridiques 2019-2020 – 27e édition by Serge Guinchard and Thierry Debard come into the picture. Get to know them well!

Second, you will be required to do essays and comments about French judicial decisions. Books can help you to learn the method. It is always the same, you just refine it as you go deeper into your law studies. I can recommend Méthodologie du droit by Frédéric-Jérôme Pansier because I had the author as a professor.

Lastly, you will get a nice and clear picture of the French legal system with books dedicated to introducing law in general within the French context. This is very valuable because afterwards you will learn through areas of focus only: criminal law, civil law and so on. You can have a look at:

Make the most of it and of course you can get your diploma with distance learning in France thanks to the CAVEJ.

A #morning #routine with flexibility or meditation rebounder and yoga

A #morning #routine with flexibility or meditation rebounder and yoga

A few years ago I started doing yoga every morning (with Yoga with Adriene), then meditation and finally I added 10 minutes or less or rebounding.

I attribute so much of my work to starting the day with a morning routine.

However I don’t want to obsess too much about the length of it nor its order.

Recently, I switched things a little bit (thank you Tom Bilyeu for the inspiration) by starting with meditation (cool if you have teenagers as they will still be in bed and not interrupt), then I do rebounding to move the lymph and I finish by a yoga practice before my shower.