Master Law & Technology
The most prominent program linked to TILT is the Master's program in Law & Technology. Within this program the impacts of technology are studied from legal, ethical, political, technical and societal perspectives, raising questions about the need, desirability and preferred modality of regulation to mitigate the possible negative impacts of technological change on society.
Master Law & Technology
The Law & Technology program includes courses on privacy and data protection, cybercrime, intellectual property rights management, legal aspects of biotechnology, risk management and regulation, and ethics of technology.
Yearly, the program attracts some 130 students from all over the world. Students are trained in assessing the mutual shaping between law, technologies, and society, by an interdisciplinary team of lawyers, technology philosophers and social scientists.
Law and Technology (LLM)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
In addition to traditional legal doctrine, you will also learn about regulatory issues in the spheres of public, private, and criminal law, and such subjects as comparative law, jurisprudence, ethics, and the influence of the choice of a particular technology on the type of regulation and public administration.
Tineke BroerCoordinator Master Law & Technology
"On behalf of TILT - Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society - I would like to welcome you to the Master Law & Technology.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have regarding the Master Law & Technology. The program focuses on regulatory and legal aspects of the introduction of innovative technologies. Students are trained in assessing the mutual relationships between Technology, Law, and Society."
Colette CuijpersAssociate Professor
"Alumni give guest lectures, offer traineeships, and help us innovate our courses. One such innovation is practical projects in which students do societally relevant research in collaboration with companies like ASML, Brinkhof, Louwers Advocaten, and Privacy International."
Shreyan SenguptaClass of 2021
What drew you to the L.LM. in Law & Technology?
“Before coming to Tilburg, I was an M&A lawyer in India for about three and a half years. I enjoyed being an M&A lawyer, but I wanted to specialize in privacy, data protection and Law & Technology. The courses I am taking here help prepare me for my aspirations to be a policy advisor.”