Law and technology LL.M.: US and beyond?


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Hi all,
I'm a Canadian lawyer and researcher and I'm prospecting for LL.M. in law and technology. I'm interested in algorithmic discrimination, blockchain technology, facial recognition, AI, national security and surveillance. I've selected US schools for an LLM but have not found quite the right program abroad.

My criteria are: solid research centers, on-point classes, faculty caliber, and tuition fee/funding opportunities. I've selected 6 faculties in the US (Berkeley, Harvard, NYU, Gt, UCLA and Yale). While the US is the epicenter in terms of law and tech, I wonder where things are going with the current political climate. Is the stratospheric prices for education worth it? Does anyone have thoughts on this they'd like to share?

Europe-wise, I found most programs really wordy, focused on regulatory lingo or lacking relevant research. I have Edinburgh, Hanover, Strathclyde and Leiden on my maybe list, but I'm on the fence. Please let me know if you've attended any of these schools, or others you think would fit the criteria above.

I'm also opened to faculties elsewhere, I speak Spanish and Portuguese.

Thank you!

Hi all,
I'm a Canadian lawyer and researcher and I'm prospecting for LL.M. in law and technology. I'm interested in algorithmic discrimination, blockchain technology, facial recognition, AI, national security and surveillance. I've selected US schools for an LLM but have not found quite the right program abroad.

My criteria are: solid research centers, on-point classes, faculty caliber, and tuition fee/funding opportunities. I've selected 6 faculties in the US (Berkeley, Harvard, NYU, Gt, UCLA and Yale). While the US is the epicenter in terms of law and tech, I wonder where things are going with the current political climate. Is the stratospheric prices for education worth it? Does anyone have thoughts on this they'd like to share?

Europe-wise, I found most programs really wordy, focused on regulatory lingo or lacking relevant research. I have Edinburgh, Hanover, Strathclyde and Leiden on my maybe list, but I'm on the fence. Please let me know if you've attended any of these schools, or others you think would fit the criteria above.

I'm also opened to faculties elsewhere, I speak Spanish and Portuguese.

Thank you!
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chicken so...

Certainly the brand names of the US schools you mentioned are hard to beat. Having Berkeley, Harvard, Yale, etc. on your resume would be hard to beat.

Are you open to UK schools? LSE has a LLM Information Technology, Media and Communications Law you might want to look at.

Certainly the brand names of the US schools you mentioned are hard to beat. Having Berkeley, Harvard, Yale, etc. on your resume would be hard to beat.

Are you open to UK schools? LSE has a LLM Information Technology, Media and Communications Law you might want to look at.
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