Nov. 9, 2023
LLM specialising in legal implications of new technologies offered at University of Birmingham
With the rapidly evolving landscape of Big Data, Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence, there has never been a more important time to be studying the ethical and legal challenges posed by the use of technology.
LLM Law, Data and Technology provides a specialisation in new and developing fields of the legal implications of these new technologies that are impacting almost every industry, policy sector and individual in the world.
Birmingham Law School has leading experts in this field including Professor Karen Yeung, whose research has been at the forefront of understanding the challenges associated with the regulation and governance of emerging technologies. Along with the leading academic theory, the programme draws on real world relevance through modules including Cyberlaw, Regulating Technologies and Law, Society and Governance.
Students also have unique opportunities for professional development through the University’s leading Centre for Employability, Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER) which facilitates a wealth of activities that are linked to the law in practice, the legal profession and the development of students’ professional skills and attributes.
Delivering legal education to recent graduates and professionals alike, Birmingham Law School gives students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a thriving academic community contributing to the development of policy, law and discussion around the world.
The application deadlines are Tuesday 7th May 2024 for international students to apply; and Friday 30th August 2024 for UK students.
Find out more about studying an LLM at Birmingham Law School.
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 9th November 2023.
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