The centre is designed to prepare students for the new and evolving legal marketplace by providing them with the knowledge and skills needed by 21st Century lawyers.
Short courses and CPD
Legal Technology & Innovation
This course will elaborate on the changing face of the legal profession due to the influence of new technologies, give a grounding in basic concepts and technologies, investigate the opportunities and risks of the changing dynamics of law due to increasingly sophisticated informatic systems, and look to the future face of law as a result of these changes. The course will be designed to foster core practical competence in the areas under study, with a view to encouraging professional specialisation, as well as feeding and directing intellectual interest.
This course requires attendance on 6 consecutive Thursday evenings, commencing 19th January 2017 from 5:15pm to 8:15pm
Any undergraduate degree
Students can elect to take this course as credit bearing or non-credit bearing. Those undertaking the course on a credit basis will be assessed by way of 100% Exam - 1.5 Hour online assessment.
If you would like to register interest in this course for Winter 2016, please email FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk.
Further information and application guidance will be sent when the course dates are finalised.
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ULIC delivers the LLM Module 'Legal Technology: Information & Informatics' as part of the Master of Laws at the Magee Campus for 2016/17 year of entry.