Loyola's LLM program is designed for foreign law graduates and experienced foreign and U.S. attorneys. Our program allows students to build a flexible curriculum in American law and prepares them to become leaders in a globalized market. Loyola’s campus, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, is ideally positioned in downtown Los Angeles, California – a legal, tech, media, fashion and financial capital. At Loyola we care about our students and we want them to achieve their academic and professional goals.
The Cybersecurity & Data Privacy LLM Specialization at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles offers students a slate of classes and experiential learning opportunities to prepare them for the evolving legal demands presented by emerging technology. The first of its kind on the West Coast, this specialization draws on Loyola’s traditional strengths in areas like technology, criminal justice, data privacy, and IP law.
The Cybersecurity & Data Privacy LLM Specialization features professors and practitioners with unique expertise in the spheres of Silicon Beach, cybercrime law enforcement and engineering and it capitalizes on the expertise of national security and related sectors based in Los Angeles. The specialization integrates the range of already existing cybersecurity classes, including Cyber & IP Crimes, IP in the Digital Age, and Technology & Privacy, and it includes brand new courses such as Incident Response & Investigation, and Cybersecurity & Regulatory Compliance.
The curriculum is based on recommendations from Loyola’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Advisory Group, which includes Wesley Hsu, Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney, Cyber and IP Crimes Section, Los Angeles; Robert Kang, Senior Regulatory and Cybersecurity Counsel, Southern California Edison Company; Jason Smolanoff, former Supervisory Special Agent, FBI Cyber National Security squad; and Nazmul Ula, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & External affairs, Seaver College, LMU.