Digital Law and Technological Innovation

Digital disruption is transforming the legal profession, creating new ways of working in new markets.

Law and legal practice are changing rapidly through the effects of new digital technologies on markets, the public sector and society. Melbourne Law School provides law graduates with contemporary, expert insights and skill development in responding to, and indeed staying ahead of, disruptive innovation. Professor Jeannie Paterson – Director of Studies

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

Single subject study

Subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters are available as single subject enrolments, either with or without assessment.

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Accredited courses

All Digital Law and Technological Innovation subjects are accredited to the following courses:

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