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University of Groningen LLM Technology Law and Innovation
University of Groningen

LLM Technology Law and Innovation

Groningen, Netherlands

1 Years

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

EUR 2,314 / per year *

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* EU/EEA students: €2,314 | non-EU/EEA students: €17,800

Introduction

Progress in society depends on innovation of processes and products. But how does law react to such innovation processes and products such as data-driven challenges in artificial intelligence, internet of things, autonomous vehicles? Our LLM programme in Technology Law and Innovation focuses on the interaction between technology law and innovation. It explores the role of technology law as an enabler of innovation and reflects on examples where law hinders innovation.

In this one year LLM programme students will think creatively and learn from leading researchers in the field of technology law. Building on previous technology law knowledge this LLM offers an opportunity of in-depth reflection on innovation using a technology law 'lens'. The advanced level of each course together with a focus on critical thinking and problem solving provides graduates from this programme an advantage in the competitive technology law job market in legal field and technology industries.

Special features of the programme

The Faculty of Law at the Univeristy of Groningen is home to The 'Security, Technology and e-Privacy (STeP) Research Group', is an interdisciplinary team of researchers – from early stage researchers to advanced researchers – organised within the Department of Transboundary Legal Studies (TLS). As can be derived from the name, the STeP Research Group is involved in research in three main areas in their broadest sense which are very much inter-related: security, technology and privacy.

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