The Queen's University, in Northern Ireland, has announced plans to launch a new LL.M. program in Law and Technology.
The new program, according to a news release from the school, aims to help prepare students for a "career on the interface of legal practice and technology."
As such, the new LL.M. will cover a range of topics in these fields, with modules such as "Regulating Innovation," "Medical Law," "Copyright in the Digital Environment," and "Regulating Digital Communications."
To apply for the new LL.M., prospective students typically need a 2.1 honors degree or above. International applicants will also need to submit an IELTS score of 6.5 or higher, with scores of at least 5.5 in any component.
The new LL.M. in Law and Technology will be available in both full-time (12 months) and part-time (24 months) formats.
For more information or to apply, please see the Queen's University of Belfast LL.M. in Law and Technology course webpage.
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