Information Technology Law (Online Learning)
This LLM in Information Technology Law focuses on the regulatory framework that governs information technology within international, European and domestic settings.
The programme is highly topical, exploring the second generation - and sometimes even third generation - of regulation that has evolved from the legal framework of the early 2000s. New developments in technology are also a key focus, as these force us to constantly review the very concept of information technology and appropriate legal responses.
Information technology regulation operates across jurisdictions, and a cross-fertilisation of regulatory responses occurs at the interface between domestic, regional and international law. Our aim is to enable you to understand this cross-fertilisation, to be able to contextualise it and place yourself within it.
Entry requirements for individual programmes vary, so please check the details for the specific programme you wish to apply for on our website. You will also need to meet the University's language requirements.
Students must successfully complete six courses, four of which must be compulsory courses, and a dissertation during their chosen duration of study.
Courses listed below are for the 2018/19 academic year:
• EU Data Protection Law
• Electronic Commerce Law
• Information Technology Law
• Information: Control and Power
• International and European Media Law
• Communications Law
. / Students can also choose courses within the areas of intellectual property law, commercial law and medical ethics.
See our website for detailed programme information.
Applicants receiving an unconditional offer of admission will be asked to pay a deposit of £1,000 within 28 days or by the start of the orientation period, whichever is sooner, to secure their place on the programme.
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