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LL.M.LegalTech LL.M.

Tuition fee €3,220 per year
Application fee €100 one-time

Application fee is not refundable.
Payment details will be provided after submitting the application.

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Program aims to prepare highly qualified professionals with a wide range of multidisciplinary competencies in law and technologies.

The program aims to prepare highly qualified LegalTech professionals with a wide range multidisciplinary competencies in law and technologies, including artificial intelligence, big and open data, blockchain, crowd funding and other newest technologies; capable of developing, implementing and commercializing innovations in the field of legal services, private and public sector, and providing advisory services on LegalTech issues.

The subjects of the program are focused to GDPR, IP, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Forensics, Fintech, Regtech, AI&Law, Semantic Legal Web, Robotics and others.

The studies will be different from other programs, because students will participate in hackathons, meetups, workshops, international and regional competitions, and they will have unique opportunity to create their own legaltech startup ant MRU Legaltech startup zone. Participation in the program is flexible, because all material will be provided on-line.

Career opportunities

Program is designed based on market needs:

- Lawyers need new technological and business competencies;

- Technology developments affect legal service market;

- Emerging legaltech start-ups require specially trained lawyers.

Program graduates will be able to work in the following profiles:
a) private sector related to innovations in the legal service provision (lawyers, deputy managers of organizations/companies for technologies (CTO), managers in LegalTech companies, start-ups, consultancy companies advising businesses, various international companies and organisations,
virtual and distance-based companies;
b) public sector (such specialists will be particularly in demand in the process of the modernization of the public sector, implementation of innovations and digitalization; both in national and
international organisations);
c) academic sector (H2020 calls and EU Innovation policy confirm that such graduates are in demand in the academic sector and would be eligible for international research programs, junior researchers positions, participation in various international projects; d) self-employment (freelancing) using global consultancies’ systems.

In addition, it is expected that in the course of the program the participants develop their LegalTech start-ups and produce the prototypes (MVP), thus could create job placements by themselves.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States