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Welcome to the website of ED 101, the doctoral school of Law, Political Science and History

With its 220 doctoral students, 80 HDR (accredited to supervise research) researchers attached to seven research centers (CDPF, CEIE, CEIPI, DRES, IRCM, SAGE and CERDACC in Mulhouse), ED 101 is a major center of research in legal sciences in France.

The task of the ED 101 is to provide support for doctoral students since their enrolment in doctoral studies until the defence of their thesis. ED 101 pays particular attention to the employability of its doctoral students. To this end, field specific and transversal trainings are organised in order to help the student to gain skills in the methodology of research. Together with the research centers, ED 101 monitors the individual work of each doctoral student through the setting up of follow-up committees.

In addition to its institutional task, the management of ED101 wants it to become "your school". A school that aims at making you meet each other, share your doctoral experiences, benefit from the scientific influence of high-level researchers, and that seeks to provide you with information that will be useful for your professional career.

Your involvement will contribute to the activity, the dynamism and the influence of ED 101. The management thus favours any initiative aimed at establishing a dialogue between doctoral students and researchers. The doctoral students’ symposium of ED 101 is a striking example. 

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Dernière thèse soutenue

Les discriminations multiples en droit du travail français, à la lumière du droit anglais

  • Auteur : Mme Sophie ROSSIGNOL
  • Directeur de thèse : M. Nicolas MOIZARD, Professeur à l'Unistra.
  • Date de la soutenance : 7 juillet 2017.