Our next Short Course on Legal Technology and Innovation is running in September 2020. For more information on the Short Course or to register please visit https://www.ulster.ac.uk/courses/202021/legal-technology-and-innovation-20616
The Course covers a range of issues as they apply to law and legal practice such as machine learning, privacy, natural language processing, encryption, intellectual property, blockchain, and emerging technology.
The Legal Innovation Centre has also partnered with several technology solutions providers to give students exposure to some the applications and platforms widely used by some of the largest law and professional service firms.
New for September 2020
LLM/MSc in Commercial Law and Computing
New for September 2020, the new LLM/MSc Commercial Law and Computing Masters degree is a practical and highly innovative programme designed with high levels of industry input and with industry placements available. It will develop the students’ knowledge of the intersection between corporate law and legal technology/computing to make for a highly sought-after graduate in this emerging area.
In particular, it will enable students to identify appropriate applications of legal technology in practice, to understand the strengths and weaknesses of competing algorithmic approaches, and to apply techniques in data science and data analytics to optimise legal business processes. Modules are available in both law and computer science, and, depending on the preponderance of credits in either area, the student will graduate with either an LLM or an MSc. The course is available for full-time and part-time study.
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