New concentration to cover "traditional, new and still-developing media"
According to the law school, the new specialization gives students a chance "to gain expertise in a range of legal regimes governing key aspects of the media, from the regulation of all key forms of media content to the regulation of the infrastructures via which that content is delivered, including traditional, new and still-developing media."
The core courses, of which students must select two or three during their program to complete the specialization, include Communications Law, International and Comparative Law of Copyright and Related Rights, Media Law, Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries, and Cyberspace Law.
QMUL now offers 18 specialized LL.M. programs in addition to the general LL.M. program and other Masters law programs (MSc and MA).
For more information about the new specialization, please visit the QMUL School of Law website. For more information about all of the LL.M. programs at QMUL, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profilehere.
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