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Master in Digital Legal Sciences

The Master in Digital-Legal Practices aims to provide a multidisciplinary vision of the Information Society, positioning itself at the intersection between legal and computer sciences.

The multidisciplinarity of the course is embodied in an ambitious, pertinent and stimulating curricular plan that combines teachers, specialists and subjects from both areas of knowledge that are indispensable to today's challenges.

Aimed at students with a degree in legal or computer science areas, it intends to endow students with competences that enable them to:

- understand the bidirectional relationship between the legal system and the Information Society;

- understand to what extent legal regulations shape the resources and services of the Information Society;

- understand how new technologies, tools and digital methodologies can be used by science and legal professionals to improve their processes, namely efficiency, transparency, security and automation.

In view of the wide range of legal areas that communicate with the Information Society, this course focuses on three specific areas, namely:

 - the protection of digital privacy and personal data;

 - cybercrime anda digital forensic investigation;

 - e-commerce or, in a broader sense, the digital marketplace.»

 

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Acreditado por: 6 em
31/07/2022

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Número: X
Data:
01/01/2001
N.º Despacho/Portaria: X
Data:
26/07/2022
1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN A DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT 1st Semester 8.0
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE DIGITAL MARKETPLACE 1st Semester 8.0
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION SYSTEMS 1st Semester 8.0
COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND CYBERSECURITY 1st Semester 6.0
CYBERCRIME AND DIGITAL FORENSIC ANALYSIS 2st Semester 8.0
DIGITAL COMMERCE 2st Semester 8.0
DIGITAL LABOUR RELATIONS 2st Semester 8.0
ELECTRONIC DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 2st Semester 6.0
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES 1st Semester 6.0
DISSERTATION/PROJECT Annual 54.0
  • - Data Protection Officer (Articles 37 to 39 GDPR and 12 and 13 of Law 58/2019)
  • - Advice to information society service providers (e-commerce, e-currencies, etc.)
  • - Digital forensics analysis
  • - Forensic professionals dedicated to Digital Law.

Specific entry requirements (article 3, DL no. 74/2006, as written in the DL no. 65/2018): According to article 17 of the decree n.o 74/2006 of March 24th, candidates can apply in one of the following categories: a) Holders of a bachelor´s degree  or legal equivalent in the Law, Legal Practice, Criminology and Computer Science, or related areas; b) Holders of a foreign higher education degree, granted after a 1st study cycle in Law, Computer Science or other related areas, organized according to the Bolonha principles or by an adhering Estate; c) Holders of a foreign higher education degree that is recognized by the Technical-Scientific Council of ESTG as meeting the requirements of a degree in Law, Computer Science or other related areas; d) Holders of an academic, scientific and professional resume that is recognized by the Technical-Scientific Council of ESTG as having the necessary skills for completing this degree.