Incoming students for 2009-2010 academic year can already specialize

University College Dublin (UCD) School of Law is introducing an Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law LL.M. specialization. Since it was only recently announced, the specialization has not appeared on application materials. But according to the university, incoming students for the 2009-2010 academic year can already focus their coursework in this area (and hence specialize) on these topics.

For more information about the new LL.M. stream, please contact UCD School of Law Associate Director (Justine.McCann@ucd.ie).

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