This LLM is taught by a Faculty made up of the most renowned experts and practitioners from leading international academic institutions around the world and international law firms, as well as from businesses and governmental authorities.
The Full-Time program is divided into:
6 Compulsory Courses
- Internet Technologies
- Jurisdiction on the Internet and Dispute Resolution in the Internet Era
- Jurisdictional Principles and Immunities in the Internet Era
- Jurisdiction in the Internet-Related Disputes
- Alternative Resolution Systems for Internet-Related Disputes
- Intellectual Property and Competition Law in Digital Age
- Intellectual Property and Technology: Patents, Trademarks, Industrial Designs, Copyright and Technology
- Competition and IP Law
- Online Distribution
- Data Law and Data-Driven Innovation Law
- Data Safeguarding and Open Data
- Data Promotion
- Big Data
- Legal English Drafting
- Free Speech and Human Rights Law in the Cyber Space
- Freedom of Expression on the Internet
- The Right to Be Forgotten on the Internet
- International Human Rights Law in the Internet Era
4 Elective Courses, to be chosen among the following indicative topics:
- M&A in the Digital Sector
- Cyber Security
- Digital Media and Regulation
- Technology and International Economic Law
- General Data Protection Regulation
- Employment Law in Digital Platforms and Markets
- Law of Fintech and Blockchain
- Robot Law-Legal Start-Up & Technology
Students may take a curricular internship consistent with the educational objectives of the LLM in the final part of the program. Alternatively, students may choose a “clinical work”, a short-term assignment by an external partner focusing on specific subjects. They may also choose to complete an individual research paper (final thesis).
All courses will take place from September 2019 until April 2020 and all practical activities will take place between May and July 2020.
The programs awards 60 ECTS credits in total.