IP and Digital Economy and International Law and Security programs begin this fall

The University of Glasgow School of Law has announced two new LL.M. programs to begin this fall: an LL.M. in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy and an LL.M. in International Law and Security. Both programs will be taught full-time over one year, or part-time over two years.

The Intellectual Property and Digital Economy program will focus on developing a "detailed and critical understanding of the legal issues concerning the regulation of both intellectual property and the digital economy," thereby preparing students for legal practice, as well as related careers in government service, research, or as legal advisers for companies and NGOs.

The LL.M. in International Law and Security is an interdisciplinary and practice-oriented program that will "examine the role of international law in dealing with a range of security issues, assesses its effectiveness and critically reflect on how law can respond to modern security challenges."

For more information, please visit the law school website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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