Digital Law - L6008
Expert master degree
The Master of Digital Law will develop your knowledge and skills in law as it adapts to a digital and borderless world. This degree is a unique opportunity for students of all industry backgrounds to upskill in a legal specialisation that is key to our dynamic digital world. As new technologies present industries with new challenges, this degree will allow you to tackle these issues with authority.
When you study the Master of Digital Law through Monash Online, you’ll join a faculty with a prestigious history founded in research that has a demonstrated positive influence in law reform and policy development.
Accelerated delivery. Flexible study. Six intakes a year. A world-class qualification fully online.
Undertake this graduate degree online at Monash in six-week teaching periods, giving you the flexibility to study alongside work and family commitments. Begin your studies from six points throughout the year with the confidence of knowing Monash teaching excellence is behind every course unit.
You may be eligible to exit this course early with a Graduate Diploma of Digital Law, provided you successfully complete all of Part A and 24 credit points from Part B of the course, or with a Graduate Certificate of Digital Law, provided you successfully complete all of Part A of the course.
Where can the Master of Digital Law take me?
Let the Master of Digital Law help you stand out in a competitive job market or be better placed within the industry you currently work. Career opportunities from this expert master’s degree may lie in information technology, engineering, government, medical health and in industries adjacent to law, such as insurance.
Those versed in digital law will be able to assist organisations in providing solutions to legal and ethical dilemmas that have arisen from emerging technologies. This qualification will allow you to address issues that lie in the ownership of data used by government and the ethical implications of who configures and codes new technologies.