HKU LLM (Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law)


HKUs LLM Programme in IT and IP is designed for students with law degrees or for IP or IT professionals with relevant legal experience who wish to undertake an in-depth study of the law, policies and cutting edge issues in their fields. This programme provides a comprehensive combination of theoretical, practical and policy-oriented courses that enable candidates to understand the legal challenges in IP, Internet and other technological innovation. Another feature of the programme is its coverage on local, mainland China, international and comparative courses, which are taught by leading experts or practitioners in the fields.

[Edited by HKULLM(IT&IPL) on Dec 08, 2016]

HKU’s LLM Programme in IT and IP is designed for students with law degrees or for IP or IT professionals with relevant legal experience who wish to undertake an in-depth study of the law, policies and cutting edge issues in their fields. This programme provides a comprehensive combination of theoretical, practical and policy-oriented courses that enable candidates to understand the legal challenges in IP, Internet and other technological innovation. Another feature of the programme is its coverage on local, mainland China, international and comparative courses, which are taught by leading experts or practitioners in the fields.
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Hi HKULLM, I am interested in pursuing the IT/IP LLM programme. Wondering if anyone could share their experience with me? What job prospects are available after the programme?

Hi HKULLM, I am interested in pursuing the IT/IP LLM programme. Wondering if anyone could share their experience with me? What job prospects are available after the programme?
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