One-year program results in LL.M. and certificate; begins this fall
Students who complete the one-year program will be awarded an LL.M. from Indiana University (IU) and a Certificate in Information Law and Policy from the Oxford Internet Institute.
Students begin the program in the fall in Bloomington taking 12 to 16 credit hours of law classes in subjects such as intellectual property law, information privacy law, information security law, and administrative law. In mid-January, students relocate to Oxford, where they take two graduate elective courses at the Oxford Internet Institute.
During the summer, students work on a 10,000-word thesis under IU and Oxford faculty supervision.
For more information, please visit the Indiana University - Oxford Joint Program in Information Law and Policy program website.
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