Jan. 9, 2019
Osgoode Hall Law School launches LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity Law
Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto has launched an LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity – this is the first LLM program in this field to be offered in Canada.
The new LLM program is ideal for those with a keen interest in cybersecurity laws and privacy, and has be designed to provide students with the legal knowledge and professional skills required to understand how courts, businesses and individuals attempt to protect information privacy as new technologies and practices emerge.
The LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity Law has been designed to cater for working professionals, both in Canada and abroad. It is a two year part-time Master of Laws program, and all of the modules are available via video conferencing, either as weekly evening sessions or 3-5 day intensive courses.
Modules that can be studied as part of the LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity Law include:
Internet Censorship and Global Surveillance
Privacy and Data Security from a Legal, Business and Technological Perspective
Privacy Law in Canada
Special Topics in Laws Governing Data Use and Data Disclosure
The Law of Confidential Information
Information Technology and Privacy in Health Law
Privacy & Cybersecurity
Find out more about the LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity Law.
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Content added on 9th January 2019.
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