Achieve a qualification from a School of Law ranked 3rd in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2018
Undertake a flexible, alternative study solution to the traditional on-campus programmes, tailor-made for working professionals in the areas outlined below and studied 100% Online.
Improve your career prospects by gaining a high-level qualification without compromising your work commitments and gain the professional skills and practical experience that businesses are looking for today.
Benefit from teaching which includes industry experience and is informed by world-leading research.
Choose the modules and the dissertation to tailor the programme precisely to your needs and to the needs of your business and ensure you have the best opportunities in your career progression.
With the programme being delivered at different levels, the needs are met with a truly diverse student body. High competition for jobs means having additional training and education can be a real advantage, whether you are in the market for a new career or simply want to progress in your existing position.
This unique distance-learning programme draws on the established teaching strengths and leading research reputation of CCLS in the fields of Digital IP Law, Media Law, Telecoms Law and IT Law.
By studying for either the LLM, Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate you will:
Gain expertise in the legal regimes governing the supply and use of computer and communications technology.
Examine the complex issues concerning national and international law and policy relating to computer and communications technology.
Analyse how computer and communications technology has affected the application of traditional legal principles.
Programme for Non-Law Graduates
We have created a pathway for non-law graduates to participate in our Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law programme.
These graduates will complete pre-sessional modules of Legal Systems, Research Skills and Writing for IT Law (studied between January - May 2020 (January 2020 intake only).T hey will then join the existing Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law programme starting with a compulsory module in Legal Principles and Concepts in Computer Law.
Further credits are then obtained through a combination of optional taught online modules, dissertations (10,000 or 20,000 words) and seminar presentations.
The aim is to provide non-law graduates with a foundation in legal writing, research skills, and legal systems and enable them to access and understand legal resources and to apply all of this knowledge to the computer and communications law programme.