Queen Mary Launches a new Paris-based LL.M. in Technology

Program to combine face-to-face modules with distance learning components

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has announced the launch of a new LL.M. in Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Law, which will be offered in Paris.

The new QMUL LL.M., which will be offered through the school's Centre for Commercial Law Studies, will be delivered completely in English. It will cover a range of technology-related topics, and look at commercial law through comparative, international, and European perspectives.

The program will be delivered through a combination of face-to-face modules and distance learning components. It's designed so that busy working professionals can fit it into their schedules. The program's length is flexible but can generally be completed in two years.

Prospective applicants can learn more about the new LL.M. during a Postgraduate Virtual Open Day on June 14.

To learn more, please see QMUL Paris' LL.M. in Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law program webpage.

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