Master of Jurisprudence in Information Technology & Privacy Law

John Marshall Law School
United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
Duration
1 year
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
Information not available

Curriculum

  • Substantive Law Overview
  • Introduction to Legal Analysis
  • Information Law, Policy & Privacy
  • Technology & the Law
  • Cyberspace Law
  • Intellectual Property in a Digital Environment
  • Copyright Law & Practice
  • Computer Crime, Information Warfare, & Economic Espionage
  • Contemporary Problems in IT Law
  • Current Topics in Information Technology & Privacy Law
  • E-discovery, Digital Evidence & Computer Forensics
  • Electronic Commerce Law
  • Ethics of Practicing Law in a Digital World
  • Free Speech in Cyberspace
  • Global Privacy Law
  • Health Information Privacy
  • Independent Research in Information Technology & Privacy Law
  • IT Drafting: Information Technology Law/Representing the Technology Client
  • Journal of Computer & Information Law
  • Practicum in Information Technology & Privacy Law
  • Privacy Rights
  • Regulation of Health Information Privacy¬†

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