E-commerce Law LLM

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  • Objectives
    This programme offers you the opportunity to develop an expertise in both established and rapidly developing areas of law. You will write a 15,000 word dissertation worth 60 credits on a specific topic related to your programme, supervised by an expert member of staff. This will help you to develop your research skills, and is supported by a Research Methods and Skills course that runs throughout the year. The dissertation is submitted by mid-September in your final year. The Dissertation or Internship modules must be taken for successful completion of the LLM. Through the LLM programme you will: -Extend your systematic understanding of the law together with a critical awareness of current problems and/or research at the forefront of your chosen subject areas. -Enhance your intellectual, transferable and interpersonal skills as well as developing other postgraduate skills including independent research, the exercise of initiative, and critical awareness of current problems. -Improve your prospects of professional, commercial, business or academic employment. -The Law Society recognizes our LLM programme for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (16 hours per annum).
  • Entry requirements
    The LLM programme is for those who hold a law degree, or who have studied disciplines such as business, international relations or political science involving legal components. It is also designed to cater for people with a variety of interests, ranging from recent undergraduates who want to acquire specialist knowledge before starting their careers, to practicing lawyers who wish to complement their work with further study.
  • Academic Title
    E-commerce Law LLM
  • Course description

    The LLM programme gives you specialist and transferable skills that improve your prospects, whether in the legal profession or in a wide range of other careers.

    Teaching methods

    Each module is assessed by means of an examination and one piece of coursework. You also write a 15,000 word dissertation worth 60 credits on a specific topic related to your chosen pathway, supervised by an expert member of staff.

    Course content

    Year 1 - full details

    Core modules

    -Data Protection and Cyber Security
    -Telecommunications Law

    Optional modules

    -Banking Law
    -Commercial Law
    -Company Law
    -Conflicts of Law
    -Cyber Piracy & Virtual Property Law
    -Dissertation - LLM
    -International Commercial Law
    -International Financial Services
    -M-Commerce Law
    -Maritime Law
    -Public International Law

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