Bocconi University shows on Emagister LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology, based on English teaching of Laws, international digital environments and technology.
The course started from the a.y. 2018-2019 and lasts for 12 months (full-time program), and 2 years (part-time program).
The aim of the program is to concentrate on the study of lawyers and legal practitioners dealing with innovation, the Internet and technological development in order to understand international legal issues emerging in the digital age, including intellectual property protection and competition rules.
Special attention is given to the freedom of contracts, individuals and businesses in digital environments.
One of the main targets is to create professional figures who can manage legal questions emerging from the development, use and implementation of Internet technologies.
The opportunity to get close to law firms, digital and high-tech companies and national or international regulatory institutions is guaranteed, especially for internships and clinical work.