Become an expert in the legal and policy issues raised by the Digital Economy.
Our LLM Digital Economy adopts a cutting-edge and cross-disciplinary approach to the Digital Economy. Focusing on the challenges and opportunities of the modern age, from connected homes to smart cities and cloud computing to artificial intelligence, you will gain a detailed familiarity of the major legal and policy matters at the heart of the Digital Economy.
This innovative perspective will give you the skills to become strategic digital business leaders, able to guide businesses, organisations and governments to harness the potential of the Digital Economy while also protecting legal rights.
Through a combination of lectures, in-class discussions and debates, presentations and group work, you will study the practice of law pertaining to areas such as:
By working alongside students from our LLM International Commercial Law and International Business Law courses, you will also develop a broader understanding of these two fields, which underpin Digital Economy law.
Your studies will be supported by leading practitioners and academics in the field of Digital Economy law, who bring a wealth of real-life experience and knowledge into the classroom, as well as guest speakers working at the highest level of digital business.
At the end of the course you will use your new skills and understanding to complete a research project, showing you are ready to take on professional life in the Digital Economy.
Our LLM Digital Economy will provide you with a masters-level qualification and prepare you for a career in legal practice, as well as other roles that focus on the knowledge and digital economies:
It will also prepare you for further study on a research degree, such as our MPhil / PhD Law.
Anglia Law School is a community of over 800 students spread across Anglia Ruskin’s Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses. Our teaching staff is made up of both practising legal professionals and research-active academics, so our students get invaluable guidance for their careers as well as the latest theories and case studies. We train the lawyers and legal advisers of the future across a broad range of disciplines, which will open doors for you in areas beyond legal practice too.
Our close links with legal practitioners and regional professionals will give you access to careers events, talks by industry speakers, mentoring schemes and student prizes.
We’re part of the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences, a hub of creative and cultural innovation whose groundbreaking research has real social impact.
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