LLM in Information Technology / IP


ersatz

Hi, I'm currently an undergrad student in Poland but I am already thinking of studying for LLM abroad. I am very much interested in Information Technology Law, Cyber Law, and Copyright (especially in the digital age). A lot of universities in the UK offer such post-grad courses and I'd be most interested in the University of Glasgow and University of Sussex. Could anyone tell me more about these two or any other LLM courses in IT/IP you're enrolled at? Any opinions would be very much appreciated.

I am not interested in practising law in the UK after that. My main interest is to work for the EU, a think-tank or be a researcher.

Hi, I'm currently an undergrad student in Poland but I am already thinking of studying for LLM abroad. I am very much interested in Information Technology Law, Cyber Law, and Copyright (especially in the digital age). A lot of universities in the UK offer such post-grad courses and I'd be most interested in the University of Glasgow and University of Sussex. Could anyone tell me more about these two or any other LLM courses in IT/IP you're enrolled at? Any opinions would be very much appreciated.

I am not interested in practising law in the UK after that. My main interest is to work for the EU, a think-tank or be a researcher.
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The IP programme at the University of Glasgow offers the opportunity to apply for summer internships at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters. You would also benefit from access to and engagement with the Law Schools £8M Research Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy: CREATe. CREATe is a pioneering academic initiative led by the Law School at the University of Glasgow designed to help the UK cultural and creative industries thrive and become innovation leaders within the global digital economy.

You can read what graduates and current students have to say here -www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/intellectualproperty/

The IP programme at the University of Glasgow offers the opportunity to apply for summer internships at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters. You would also benefit from access to and engagement with the Law School’s £8M Research Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy: CREATe. CREATe is a pioneering academic initiative – led by the Law School at the University of Glasgow – designed to help the UK cultural and creative industries thrive and become innovation leaders within the global digital economy.

You can read what graduates and current students have to say here -www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/intellectualproperty/
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manfred

Hi, I'm currently an undergrad student in Poland but I am already thinking of studying for LLM abroad. I am very much interested in Information Technology Law, Cyber Law, and Copyright (especially in the digital age). A lot of universities in the UK offer such post-grad courses and I'd be most interested in the University of Glasgow and University of Sussex. Could anyone tell me more about these two or any other LLM courses in IT/IP you're enrolled at? Any opinions would be very much appreciated.

I am not interested in practising law in the UK after that. My main interest is to work for the EU, a think-tank or be a researcher.


Hello ersatz, In Europe are a few LLM programs in ip law:
Stockholm
Maastricht
Uppsala
Queen Mary
Lund
MIPL Munich
Liege CEIPI
EUSLIP
Turin
Katholike Leuven
Dresden

Although you said that you are looking for an ip program in Europe I thought you might be interested in S. Boyd School of Law. They offer an LLM in Gaming Law - very up to date and with a similar curriculum. It includes all major subjects on intellectual property such as copyright, patents, trademarks and internet domain names but covers also law issues auch as law and policy of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers. I feel this has more depth altough it concerns mostly American/ International law.
Hope it helps!

<blockquote>Hi, I'm currently an undergrad student in Poland but I am already thinking of studying for LLM abroad. I am very much interested in Information Technology Law, Cyber Law, and Copyright (especially in the digital age). A lot of universities in the UK offer such post-grad courses and I'd be most interested in the University of Glasgow and University of Sussex. Could anyone tell me more about these two or any other LLM courses in IT/IP you're enrolled at? Any opinions would be very much appreciated.

I am not interested in practising law in the UK after that. My main interest is to work for the EU, a think-tank or be a researcher. </blockquote>

Hello ersatz, In Europe are a few LLM programs in ip law:
Stockholm
Maastricht
Uppsala
Queen Mary
Lund
MIPL Munich
Liege CEIPI
EUSLIP
Turin
Katholike Leuven
Dresden

Although you said that you are looking for an ip program in Europe I thought you might be interested in S. Boyd School of Law. They offer an LLM in Gaming Law - very up to date and with a similar curriculum. It includes all major subjects on intellectual property such as copyright, patents, trademarks and internet domain names but covers also law issues auch as law and policy of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers. I feel this has more depth altough it concerns mostly American/ International law.
Hope it helps!
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cmars

Worth noting the Director of the LLM in IT and IP at Sussex is a fellow of CREATe, and author of the @technollama blog http://www.technollama.co.uk/
It's near Gatwick airport (by car) and London (by train). More details here http://bit.ly/1Cqy6gt
You can follow research activities of the professors with hashtag #InfoLawGroup

Worth noting the Director of the LLM in IT and IP at Sussex is a fellow of CREATe, and author of the @technollama blog http://www.technollama.co.uk/
It's near Gatwick airport (by car) and London (by train). More details here http://bit.ly/1Cqy6gt
You can follow research activities of the professors with hashtag #InfoLawGroup
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