"Law of Robotics" and "Compassionate Care and the Law" offered for 2014-15

The University of Edinburgh Law School has announced that they have added two new online distance learning LL.M. modules for the 2014-15 academic year: "The Law of Robotics" and "Compassionate Care and the Law."
 
"The Law of Robotics" forms part of the core module provision for the LL.M. in Information Technology Law. "Compassionate Care and the Law" forms part of the core module provision for the LL.M. in Medical Law and Ethics. These modules can also be studied as part of any of Edinburgh Law School’s online distance learning LL.M. and Postgraduate Certificate in Law programs.
 
For more information, please visit the Edinburgh Law School website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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