European IT Law and Digitalization
The university course is aimed at all those interested in the legal consequences of digitisation and the increasing integration of information technology into private life and everyday working life.
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Certificate of the
University of Innsbruck
7 weekend blocks/ 13 ECTS-Credits
The right course for me?
- know the main EU legal instruments that regulate the application and use of digital technologies,
- can critically evaluate legal instruments,
- can independently inform themselves about current developments in the field of European IT law
- have fundamental knowledge of the possible uses of Legal Tech.
- Students of diploma, master’s or doctoral study programmes.
- Practitioners, such as lawyers, in-house legal practitioners, judges or legal practitioners in public administration.
- Interest in the legal consequences of digitisation.
- Aiming at or pursuing a job related to the purchase or sale of IT solutions or the preparation of corresponding contracts.
- Basic knowledge of jurisprudential methodology.
An on-going or already completed study programme in law or relevant professional experience is an advantage.
Mag. Mag. Dr. Clara Rauchegger, LLM,
Department of Legal Theory and Future of Law, Research Area Digital Science Center (DiSC)
Here you find an overview of the instructors.
Time schedules and dates can be found on the institute's website.
Faculty of Law
Innrain 52 (Christoph-Probst-Platz)
The participants have to take care of their insurances
(health, accident and liability insurance) themselves.