Graduate Certificate of New Technologies Law




In an era of digital disruption, don't just survive. Be a leader.

Taught entirely online, the ANU Graduate Certificate of New Technologies Law gives you the skills and knowledge to accelerate your career. Understand the application - and evolution - of the law in the digital era.

This program is ideal for those who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in another discipline and wish to develop their knowledge of Australian and international legal systems and how laws are created, interpreted and applied to new technologies.

The Graduate of Certificate of New Technologies Law provides a flexible structure and includes a range of law electives, including information technology, legal app development, blockchain and legal innovation, cyber warfare, artificial intelligence and media law.

For students who do not have a law degree, this program includes a compulsory six unit course on Digital Economies and the Law that is available twice a year and which covers introductory topics in Contract Law, Law of Torts, and Statutory Interpretation.

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