USD School of Law Hosts Seminars for ESGCI Doctorate on Luxury Goods

USD School of Law Hosts Seminars for ESGCI Doctorate on Luxury Goods

Date and Time

Monday, June 11, 2018

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Monday, June 11, 2018 — Friday, June 15, 2018


Warren Hall

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110




The DBA of luxury goods and legal issues is a 3-year executive program that provides students at the Ecole de Commerce International et Marketing à Paris (ESGCI) with a doctorate in business administration (DBA). It is the world’s first and only DBA specializing luxury industry marketing (with a specialty in legal issues). The program is overseen by business professor Dr. Marcel Saucet, who teaches at the University of San Diego (USD) School of Law every summer as a visiting professor.

In partnership with the ESGCI, USD School of Law hosts on-campus seminars in the summer, allowing students at ESGCI to study in San Diego and experience Southern California, and current USD School of Law students to learn more about the legal issues associated with luxury goods in the United States.

Four academic seminars will be hosted at USD School of Law the week of June 11, including presentations from USD School of Law Professors Adam Hirsch, and Ted Sichelman, adjunct professor Dana Robinson and visiting professor Marcel Saucet. ESGCI student Michel Chalhoub, who is currently enrolled in the DBA program in Paris, will also present his research Friday, June 15.

For more information on the seminars, please email Professor Saucet at

More details about DBA:

• During the three-year program, students must create a doctorate thesis followed and supervised by a professor.
• Networking and academic events are established in partnership with the World Council of People for the United Nations in New York and USD School of Law.
• Employers benefit from supporting candidates for the DBA by attracting, developing and retaining key talent and building knowledge for competitive advantages.
• Executives acquire the necessary understanding and expertise in appropriate research design, data-collection methods and data-analysis techniques.
• Curriculum was designed by Laboratory of Innovation