Vilnius University to Launch an LL.M. in Technologies Law

New English-language LL.M. to launch next year

Lithuania's Vilnius University has announced plans to launch an LL.M. in Technologies Law.

The new program will take one year to complete and is scheduled to begin next September. The LL.M. will help students understand the legal implications of new technologies. In particular, the program will focus on information and communication technologies, but will also explore other avenues, such as financial technologies, legal technologies, and medical technologies, among others.

As such, the new LL.M. will include a range of classes, from "Technologies and Human Rights" to "FinTech Law" and "Legal Innovation and Entrepreneurship," among others.

Vilnius' new LL.M. in Technologies Law will be delivered in the English language. Applicants whose native language is not English or who have not studied in English previously may need to demonstrate English language proficiency through the IELTS or TOEFL.

For more information, please see Vilnius University's announcement of the new LL.M. in Technologies Law.


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