Choose our new Masters programme in Technology Law and get a LL.M degree in a new, rapidly growing field of specialization.
“I really appreciate this programme, as it gave me the knowledge I’m applying every day at my job,” says Ellina Sedleniece, RGSL Technology Law programme Alumna.
“Employment in the field is almost guaranteed because of how fast the field is growing,” says RGSL Visiting Professor Dr. Mark Leiser from Leiden University (The Netherlands).
Studies in English, students and faculty from more than 30 countries, convenient module study system and competitive, internationally recognized LL.M degree – if this looks attractive to you, join our LL.M programmes Open House online on 24 November at 16:00 and meet RGSL Rector Dr. Pietro Sullo, RGSL Masters programmes Director Waleed Gumaa, Technology Law Programme Alumna Ellina Sedleniece and hear a presentation by our Visiting Lecturer and renowned expert in post-mortem privacy Dr. Edina Harbinja from Aston Law School (UK) who will tell about the Technology Law field in general and her subject – Privacy and data protection – in particular.
LL.M OPEN HOUSE PROGRAMME
24 November 2020 16:00
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
16:00 – 16:05 Rector’s welcome: Dr.Pietro Sullo, RGSL Rector
16:05 – 16:35 Technology Law as a rapidly growing field of specialization. Dr. Edina Harbinja, RGSL Visiting Lecturer, Aston Law School (UK)
16:35 – 16:55 Masters programmes presentation. Waleed Gumaa, MBA, RGSL Masters programmes director
16:55 – 17:05 Alumni perspective: Ellina Sedleniece, Technology Law Masters programme Alumna
17:05 – 17:15 Questions & Answers
LL.M in Technology Law
The LLM programme in Technology Law enables students to identify and understand the complicated relationships between technological advances and the law. Providing students with the tools necessary to navigate the complex regulatory systems developing around new technologies, the programme delivers an innovative and competitive degree in a rapidly developing area of specialisation.
Students will gain both theoretical knowledge and practical skills to manage and understand the multifaceted relationship between legal and technological development and the interplay between different regulatory regimes.
RGSL faculty includes the perfect blend of internationally recognized academics and leading practitioners who will allow the students to gain both in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to navigate a rapidly evolving field which offers exciting employment opportunities.
Upon successful completion of the programme students:
• Will gain a proper understanding of the regulation of digital technologies and the role that law and lawyers might play in regulating these technologies;
• Will have enhanced knowledge of the complex legal implication of technological advancement;
• Will have sound understanding of the main legal challenges that new technologies pose today;
• Students will learn different regulatory strategies and the pros and cons of each and the challenges of implementing them in the online environment.
Students can expand their knowledge in specific areas of choice through elective courses.
• Interdisciplinary programme taught in English;
• Student-centered and interactive approach to teaching, which includes seminars, class simulations of real scenarios and development of soft skills;
• Excellent networking opportunities offered by RGSL.
The LLM in Technology law prepares for a wide variety of careers including positions as consultant, lawyer specialized in the area relating to the new regulatory regimes of emerging technologies or researcher.