Online LL.M - Master of Laws in Advanced Information Technology Law

Programme Outline

The LL.M is delivered 100% online via OnlineCampus (an interactive learning environment) with intensive class discussion and collaboration.

For all of your studies you enjoy the flexibility of online learning at your own pace from anywhere in the world through the Robert Kennedy College OnlineCampus state of the art course delivery system. With students from every continent, it will be a truly international experience and opportunity to network with fellow leaders from all over the world.

Tutors teaching on this programme are legal professionals with a wealth of experience in both academic theory and the practical application of those theories.

The introductory module “Advanced Legal Skills” is taught by the University of Cumbria programme leader, Ann Thanaraj, Barrister and Senior Lecturer in Law, and other senior academics from the University of Cumbria.

Professor David Costa, Dean of the Robert Kennedy College, who will be leading the information technology law module, has extensive experience international law, including doctoral studies at the Law faculty of the University of Basel, Switzerland, post-graduate studies in U.S. law at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and the University of Northumbria at Newcastle Law School. Additionally, Prof. Costa is a regular guest as a market strategist on international TV networks such as CNBC and Bloomberg television.

Students in the LL.M programme will have access to state of the art legal libraries such as LexixNexis and Westlaw.


Core - Advanced Legal Skills
  - Lawyering in a Digital Age
  - International Intellectual Property Law
  - Information Technology and Internet Law
  - Individual Dissertation