Master's degree in
Law, Business and Innovation are the key words that characterize LUM’s Master’s Degree in Law. These words identify the main topics that describe the relationships between law and economic activities in several key areas, including business transactions, technological progress, political governance. The following areas:
• digitization of businesses and the public administration
• cyber security
• artificial intelligence
• smart contracts
• block chain technology
• virtual coins
• prevention and fight against international terrorism
• investigation techniques using technologies
• privacy and the Internet
• digital evidence
• informed consent and mandatory medical-health treatments
have legal and economic implications of the utmost importance, which require new specialist and professional figures. Let’s think, for example, of the civil and criminal implications of computer crimes. Or to the discipline of privacy connected to the so-called infosphere, which sees a close interaction between old and new mass communication tools. The same can be said of the digitalization of the machinery of justice, public administrations and businesses: which, not surprisingly, plays a role of primary importance in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR). Not to mention the disputes in the health sector in relation to health emergencies, the doctor-patient therapeutic alliance, medically assisted procreation, abortion and the discipline of the end of life; also closely linked to the impact of the technological revolution.
The Master’s degree in Law offers the double degree with the Maurer School of Law dell’Indiana University, which offers the possibility of achieving a double degree .
Course Coordinator: Prof. Francesco Alicino