Technology and innovation
Specialist Master of Laws in Technology and Innovation
Master the regulations governing disruption and digitalisation
New technologies are impacting upon legal practice, providing new opportunities for innovation and leading to widespread digital disruption of the law and legal processes.
This Master of Laws specialisation at Monash University is designed to place graduates to be at the forefront of these developments, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to embrace change and address the challenges of managing legal risks in a technology-driven environment.
Suitable for: Graduates interested in developing or enhancing a specialist career as technology lawyers or in-house counsel, as well as those looking for an in-depth understanding of the legal implications of technological change and digitalisation.
Units that count towards a specialisation in Technology and Innovation
- Trademarks and commercial designations
- Forensic evidence: Law, science, medicine and technology
- Privacy and surveillance in an information age
- Intellectual Property
- Protecting commercial innovation: Patents and trade secrets
- International entertainment law
- Competition law
- Digital workplace law
- Law in the age of Artificial Intelligence
- Advanced evidence and proof in litigation
- Legal tech studio
Read about all units available for study in the Monash LLM.