LL.M. IT Law


Valerie

Hello everybody!
I would like to do an LL.M. program in the field of IT Law or related field. Iwas thinking also about this ll.m. course EULISP, anybody else wants to do something similar or knows a little mor than me?
Valerie

Hello everybody!
I would like to do an LL.M. program in the field of IT Law or related field. Iwas thinking also about this ll.m. course EULISP, anybody else wants to do something similar or knows a little mor than me?
Valerie
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Nikolas

Are you only interested in European programs? In the US there a some high-level IT programs, e.g. Boalt Hall (Berkley) in San Francisco and George Washington University. I think the EULISP brings together the best European universities in this field. You do not necessarily have to participate in the EULISP exchange program if you want to study at one of the universities taking part in EULISP.

Are you only interested in European programs? In the US there a some high-level IT programs, e.g. Boalt Hall (Berkley) in San Francisco and George Washington University. I think the EULISP brings together the best European universities in this field. You do not necessarily have to participate in the EULISP exchange program if you want to study at one of the universities taking part in EULISP.
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Valerie

Hi Nikolas,
I would go actually to European universities not really to USA. I suppose the EULISP is a Porgram with a nice structure, going to different countries, at least thats how I understand the textes. You know more 'bout this porgram personnaly?

Hi Nikolas,
I would go actually to European universities not really to USA. I suppose the EULISP is a Porgram with a nice structure, going to different countries, at least thats how I understand the textes. You know more 'bout this porgram personnaly?
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Ravi

You might also check the University of Stockholm law programmes. They also have an LLM in IT.

You might also check the University of Stockholm law programmes. They also have an LLM in IT.
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Valerie

Hi Ravi!
Thaanks for the hint! You also are interested in IT law LLms?

Hi Ravi!
Thaanks for the hint! You also are interested in IT law LLms?
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Majda

Dear Valerie, dear lot,

I tried to look up on internet something more about EULISP program, but I was able to find info on University of Hanover web site, in German only. I would appreciate it very much if you could refer to me some info on EULISP in English language.
Thank you
Majda

Dear Valerie, dear lot,

I tried to look up on internet something more about EULISP program, but I was able to find info on University of Hanover web site, in German only. I would appreciate it very much if you could refer to me some info on EULISP in English language.
Thank you
Majda
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Valerie

Hi majda!
I couldnt find a comprehensive english site on the EULISP either, it used to be in English on the Haniver page also but now it appears a broken link. You can find information in English on websites of Norway http://www.uio.no/studier/program/ictlaw-master/presentasjon/kort-om-programmet.html
and Stockholm
http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/masterIT/
Also, you can check all the participating university links:
http://www.eulisp.de
Hope this helps!
Val

Hi majda!
I couldnt find a comprehensive english site on the EULISP either, it used to be in English on the Haniver page also but now it appears a broken link. You can find information in English on websites of Norway http://www.uio.no/studier/program/ictlaw-master/presentasjon/kort-om-programmet.html
and Stockholm
http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/masterIT/
Also, you can check all the participating university links:
http://www.eulisp.de
Hope this helps!
Val
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Majda

Thaks a lot!

Thaks a lot!
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I'm a EULISP-student and my home university is Laplands univerisity (Rovaniemi, Finland).

Here is more information: EULISP - European Legal Informatics Study Programme
The fourth EULISP Study Programme (European Legal Informatics Study Programme)is going on at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lapland. The aim of this programme is LL.M. degree in Legal Informatics. The extent of the study programme is 60 ECTS credits and education will mainly be in English. The aim is to give varied further education at the branch of legal informatics and the information law on next areas:

1. Introduction to Information Law
2. Data Protection Law
3. Data Security Law
4. Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology
5. Telecommunications Law

EULISP study programme is mainly postgraduate. Also the final stage law students at the University of Lapland can apply, if they are planning to carry out studies in one of the faculties of EULISP Universities. Then they can begin EULISP study programme even before graduation.

Further information also in Internet at the home page of Institute for Law and Informatics
http://www.urova.fi/home/oiffi/index.asp
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I'm in the middle way of my EULISP-studies and next autumn I will study one termin in Hanover University. I'm loooking forward to next autumn. Does anyone know something about EULISP-studies in Hannover?

-Finnish girl-

I'm a EULISP-student and my home university is Laplands univerisity (Rovaniemi, Finland).

Here is more information: EULISP - European Legal Informatics Study Programme
The fourth EULISP Study Programme (European Legal Informatics Study Programme)is going on at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lapland. The aim of this programme is LL.M. degree in Legal Informatics. The extent of the study programme is 60 ECTS credits and education will mainly be in English. The aim is to give varied further education at the branch of legal informatics and the information law on next areas:

1. Introduction to Information Law
2. Data Protection Law
3. Data Security Law
4. Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology
5. Telecommunications Law

EULISP study programme is mainly postgraduate. Also the final stage law students at the University of Lapland can apply, if they are planning to carry out studies in one of the faculties of EULISP Universities. Then they can begin EULISP study programme even before graduation.

Further information also in Internet at the home page of Institute for Law and Informatics
http://www.urova.fi/home/oiffi/index.asp
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I'm in the middle way of my EULISP-studies and next autumn I will study one termin in Hanover University. I'm loooking forward to next autumn. Does anyone know something about EULISP-studies in Hannover?

-Finnish girl-



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bucefalo

I attended the LL.M in Information Technology & Telecommunications Law at Strathclyde University in Glasgow (UK) during the academic year 2002/2003.
The program is directed by Professor Ian Lloyd, one of maximum international expert in the field of IT&T law. It's presence is a guarantee of the quality of the course and of its marketability later on.
It's the older program in IT&T of Europe. It's been on since 1994/5. All the other Uk programs on the same subject followed. I guess it's the best program available in Europe.

Scotlad as u know it's an amazing place. Glasgow is a pretty nice lively industrial city. It's not Edinburgh, indeed, but, as of clubs, pubs, locals and enjoyments in general, it's definitly better. The city has 4 University (Glasgow Univ, Strathclyde, Caledonian and ...dont remember :-)) and most part of downtown population is composed by students.
As all the big city, but in a peculiar way in respect of the rest of Scotland, the are some security risk and certain areas have an high density of criminal acts (East End).

Stratclyde University is very well organised place of "paceful learning", as they say, with broadband connection to the univ LAN and the Internet in any univ. room (and a wifi connection too all over the university), nice sport facilities and quite (it depends ;-) on the previous drinking night :-)) friendly staff.

As u understood or may immagine, drinking is an habit of the Scottish people and of this city in particular. It could be somehow unpleasant as 3 days a week the city after 9pm is complety drunk :-). Anyway there is a huge international community in Strathclyde campus and life with them is enjoyable. If u are not Scottish mingle with them it's a complicate matter, apart from peculiar individuals standing out from the rest. They r very polite at a first approach and willing to a relationship in surface but if u ll try deepening the acquantancies u ll come to meet resistent barriers. Understandeble id u think their history and their ethnical beckground...their r not latin for sure

If u r interested I'll be happy to give u more detailed info on the program, univ., city and accomodation issues.

Hoping to have been of some help

GCF

I attended the LL.M in Information Technology & Telecommunications Law at Strathclyde University in Glasgow (UK) during the academic year 2002/2003.
The program is directed by Professor Ian Lloyd, one of maximum international expert in the field of IT&T law. It's presence is a guarantee of the quality of the course and of its marketability later on.
It's the older program in IT&T of Europe. It's been on since 1994/5. All the other Uk programs on the same subject followed. I guess it's the best program available in Europe.

Scotlad as u know it's an amazing place. Glasgow is a pretty nice lively industrial city. It's not Edinburgh, indeed, but, as of clubs, pubs, locals and enjoyments in general, it's definitly better. The city has 4 University (Glasgow Univ, Strathclyde, Caledonian and ...dont remember :-)) and most part of downtown population is composed by students.
As all the big city, but in a peculiar way in respect of the rest of Scotland, the are some security risk and certain areas have an high density of criminal acts (East End).

Stratclyde University is very well organised place of "paceful learning", as they say, with broadband connection to the univ LAN and the Internet in any univ. room (and a wifi connection too all over the university), nice sport facilities and quite (it depends ;-) on the previous drinking night :-)) friendly staff.

As u understood or may immagine, drinking is an habit of the Scottish people and of this city in particular. It could be somehow unpleasant as 3 days a week the city after 9pm is complety drunk :-). Anyway there is a huge international community in Strathclyde campus and life with them is enjoyable. If u are not Scottish mingle with them it's a complicate matter, apart from peculiar individuals standing out from the rest. They r very polite at a first approach and willing to a relationship in surface but if u ll try deepening the acquantancies u ll come to meet resistent barriers. Understandeble id u think their history and their ethnical beckground...their r not latin for sure

If u r interested I'll be happy to give u more detailed info on the program, univ., city and accomodation issues.

Hoping to have been of some help

GCF
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bot123

In the Netherlands several IT/ICT and Law masters exist. Although there focus differs there are such masters in Groningen University (Law & ICT), Amsterdam University (Information Law) and Tilburg University (Law & Technology). I do however not know whether the Amsterdam (www.ivir.nl) and Groningen masters are in English or Dutch. The Tilburg Master 'Law & Technology' is in English (see, http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/prospectivestudents/masters/programmes/frw/lt/).

In the Netherlands several IT/ICT and Law masters exist. Although there focus differs there are such masters in Groningen University (Law & ICT), Amsterdam University (Information Law) and Tilburg University (Law & Technology). I do however not know whether the Amsterdam (www.ivir.nl) and Groningen masters are in English or Dutch. The Tilburg Master 'Law & Technology' is in English (see, http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/prospectivestudents/masters/programmes/frw/lt/).
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Nikolas

As I just found out, the University of Hannover's website about the EULISP (eulisp.org) is now available in English as well!

As I just found out, the University of Hannover's website about the EULISP (eulisp.org) is now available in English as well!
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Marks

Hey bot123: By any chance, do you know, if there is any English language website about the Groningen and Amsterdam IT masters?

Hey bot123: By any chance, do you know, if there is any English language website about the Groningen and Amsterdam IT masters?
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C.Miller

Have a look at University of Edinburgh School of Law's LL.M Innovation, Technology and the Law. It is available both by distance learning (applications open until August for 2005 entry) and on-campus (applications closed for 2005 entry).

This programme has a very good mix of IT related legal subjects and deals with the interface with Intellectual Property and Medical Ethics and Law.

More information can be found at www.law.ed.ac.uk

Have a look at University of Edinburgh School of Law's LL.M Innovation, Technology and the Law. It is available both by distance learning (applications open until August for 2005 entry) and on-campus (applications closed for 2005 entry).

This programme has a very good mix of IT related legal subjects and deals with the interface with Intellectual Property and Medical Ethics and Law.

More information can be found at www.law.ed.ac.uk

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Nicky

@ Finnish Girl: I'm from Hannover. Unfortunately, I don't have detailed knowledge concerning the EULISP programme, but if you want to know anything about Hannover in general, feel free to contact me.

@all: I've just tried, and they seem to have fixed the broken link: http://www.eulisp.de

@Colin: I also like the Edinburgh programme, but get back to the UK section anyway, don't try and steal Hannover's students ;-)

Cheers
Nicky

@ Finnish Girl: I'm from Hannover. Unfortunately, I don't have detailed knowledge concerning the EULISP programme, but if you want to know anything about Hannover in general, feel free to contact me.

@all: I've just tried, and they seem to have fixed the broken link: http://www.eulisp.de

@Colin: I also like the Edinburgh programme, but get back to the UK section anyway, don't try and steal Hannover's students ;-)

Cheers
Nicky
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bot123

@Marks:

Groningen : http://rint.rechten.rug.nl/default.asp?p=/englishpages/index.html. I could not find the master's program in english, but this is the department offering the master.

Amsterdam: http://www.ivir.nl. Same apllies here.

@Marks:

Groningen : http://rint.rechten.rug.nl/default.asp?p=/englishpages/index.html. I could not find the master's program in english, but this is the department offering the master.

Amsterdam: http://www.ivir.nl. Same apllies here.
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bot123

Perhaps of interest to those considering a master in IT & Law. PDF link to information on the Tilburg master on Law & Technology:
http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/law/prospectivestudents/master/brochures/lt.pdf

Perhaps of interest to those considering a master in IT & Law. PDF link to information on the Tilburg master on Law & Technology:
http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/law/prospectivestudents/master/brochures/lt.pdf
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