The Law and Technology masters programme 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 (e.g. data protection, ICT contracts, intellectual property rights, cyber security), the masters programme in Law and Technology provides an innovative and competitive degree in a rapidly growing area of specialisation.
- to empower students with academic and practical skills to manage and understand the multifaceted relationship between the legal and technological development
- to provide students with understanding on how to succeed in the digital marketplace by shaping and navigating the complex regulatory environment.