Application deadline for LLM in IT and Telecommunications Law is 25th August

For students contemplating a late application for the September 2006 intake on the LLM in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law at Strathclyde University’s – Glasgow Graduate School of Law – a deadline has been set for Friday 25th August (there is also an additional January 2007 intake).

New for 2006 the course now includes modules on Internet Governance, and Telecommunications Policy. The course encourages students to consider legal initiatives at European and international levels as well as within their own jurisdictions, and includes modules in information security; liability; intellectual property; e-commerce; telecommunications and access to public information.

For more information, email: law-itlaw@strath.ac.uk quoting "LLM-GUIDE" or call Carol Hutton on +44 (0)141 548 3481. Alternatively, visit www.ggsl.strath.ac.uk for further details.

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