Information is the central building block of markets and societies. New ways of creating, disseminating and using information impacts the workings of democracy, science and education, and creativity and culture. Reliance on personal data and personalised online services affects individuals and their human rights. As a result, new and important issues are emerging for which our laws are not optimally adapted.
Please note: After 1 September 2019 (deadline application 1 April 2019) students can no longer enrol in the two-year Research Master's in Information Law and Public International Law since these programmes will be terminated as of 1 September 2022. Click on the Admission button for more information.
The Research Master's in Information Law provides ambitious students with the legal skills that enable them to tackle the complex legal issues that arise in an information society, both from a scientific and practical perspective. The programme offers outstanding students with an interest in scientific research in the field of information law the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of subjects relevant to information law, to obtain hands-on research experience embedded in one of the world's leading research centers and a semester at a foreign law school abroad.
|Degree programme||LLM Information Law (research)|
|Type||Regular study programme|
|Credits||120 ECTS, 24 months|
|Language of instruction||English|