Digital disruption is transforming the legal profession, creating new ways of working in new markets.
With a suite of subjects, Melbourne Law School balances important elements of traditional legal teaching with new offerings that equip graduates with the technical skills to navigate the complex ethical, legal and social implications of new technologies.
Single subjects in Digital Law and Technological Innovation
- Advanced Payment Devices and Fintech
- Artificial Intelligence and the Law (NEW)
- Competition and New Technologies
- Digital Trade
- Entertainment Law
- eSports and the Law (NEW)
- Health Data Governance (NEW)
- International Sustainable Finance
- Law and Emerging Health Technologies
- Law, Science and Technology: in Global Context
- New Media and Communications: Law and Policy
- Privacy Law
Single subject study
Subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters are available as single subject enrolments, either with or without assessment.
All Digital Law and Technological Innovation subjects are accredited to the following courses:
See subject details for additional courses.