International Cyber Law and Policy (LLM by Research) at Liverpool Hope University - UCAS

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Course summary

Interaction in cyberspace and telecommunications plays an increasingly significant role in the practice of everyday life be it commercial, cultural, political, criminal, creative or personal activities. The School of Law has responded to this by offering a course that seeks to provide students with the opportunity to develop a research and ethical focused approach to the study of the regulation, the regulatory challenges, policing of cyberspace, and current and emergent telecommunications technologies. It will provide students with the opportunity to investigate topics such as regulatory and governance theory, cyber property and cyber-rights, the place of Cyber Law, the policy and legal frameworks and modalities of regulation of technologies in cyberspace, alternative regulatory models, internet governance, cyber rights, cybercrime, emergent technologies, critical legal and political questions surrounding the implications of the use of technology, digital information devices, the influence of social norms, values and interests on the regulatory design of cyberspace. At its core, the programme will provide postgraduate students with the opportunity to first develop a research focused, advanced, and evaluative understanding of the national and international regulatory and policy frameworks governing and shaping cyberspace and how to design and undertake advanced legal research by completing three taught courses and then go on to complete a significant research project on an aspect of cyber regulation and policy. Why choose Liverpool Hope? The LLM by Research in International Cyber Law and Policy adds value to first degrees by giving students the change to develop knowledge, skills and expertise integral to practicing or working in these areas. Students will be able to draw on the wide areas of academic scholarship and expertise brought to the course by well-published and experienced academics.

How to apply

International applicants

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Entry requirements

A minimum of a Second-Class Honours degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Law) awarded by a UK university, or an equivalent higher education qualification, or equivalent professional experience

Fees and funding

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International Cyber Law and Policy (LLM by Research) at Liverpool Hope University - UCAS