Applicants must hold a Second Class Honours Grade 1 degree in law. In exceptional circumstances, applicants holding a degree in another discipline or a degree of less than a Second Class Honours Grade 1 standard may be considered where they have professional experience in law.
Months of entry
Course contentThe LL.M. in Law, Technology and Governance offers students an opportunity to explore in depth substantive social issues and questions of law and governance as these mechanisms evolve to deal with ever-changing technology and rapid scientific advances. It gives students the benefit of the expertise of members of the Law School, with a national, European and international perspective. In addition, academics from other institutions and key figures in public service, private practice and national and international organisations regularly contribute to the programme and enrich the overall learning experience.
This is a unique and pioneering programme with a focus on the interconnection between law, technology, science, and innovation. It offers students an opportunity to explore in-depth substantive social issues and questions of law and governance as these mechanisms evolve to deal with ever-changing technology and rapid scientific advances.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Mr. Rónán Kennedy
- +353 (0)91 49 56 26