Postgraduation in Digital Law

professores Carlos Affonso Souza, Ronaldo Lemos, Sérgio Branco e mais 1.

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Online Postgraduation in Digital Law

In a scenario of technological innovation and change of the legal market, the Institute for Technology and Society (ITS), in a partnership with the Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ) and the Centro de Estudos e Pesquisas no Ensino do Direito (Center for Study and Research in the Teaching of Law, CEPED) launch the Postgraduation in Digital Law. The course aims to inform Law professionals with the most relevant and current trends of the sector.

With our goal of offering high-quality education, which is affordable and hands-on, we gathered specialists of many areas in Digital Law to explore the topic in a theoretical and practical manner in a digital, real-time qualification course of 18 months.

The course program was structured considering the current challenges of lawyers in a connected world, where technology isn’t only a work tool, but also a promising field of work. Become knowledgable in topics such as the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD), electronic contracts, blockchain, and artificial intelligence and be ready for the challenges of Law in a digital era.

The postgraduation can be taken as a full program (3 semesters) or in modules as an extension program (3 separate courses of a semester each).

Why study this course?

Because of the tradition UERJ has in education, along with the expertise of ITS in online classes;

Because you will partake in the latest and most relevant debates on Digital Law, based on solid case studies;

Because you will get in touch with leading researchers and professionals in the Law and Technology field;

Because you have the choice to study the postgraduation as a complete program, as independent modules or even as an extension program;

Because you can study the course in a schedule that fits you, and watch lectures wherever you are;

Because you will have a Specialist Degree from UERJ, one of Brazil’s top universities in Law.

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Specialization course

The course has an hourly schedule of 390 hours with a duration of 18 months

List of Modules and their subjects:

Digital Law and Innovation in the Public Sector

Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD) – 15 hours;

The future of work and new technologies – 15 hours;

Misinformation, hate speech, and regulation of the internet – 15 hours;

Digital Election Law – 15 hours;

International Law and internet jurisdiction – 15 hours;

Criminal Law on the internet – 15 hours;

Tax Law on the internet  – 15 hours;

Advanced topics on Digital Law – 15 hours.

Digital Law and Private Relationships

Personality Rights and new technologies – 15 hours;

The Civil Liability of providers – 15 hours;

Electronic contracts – 15 hours;

Risk Society and technology – 15 hours;

Copyright Law on the internet – 15 hours;

Consumer Rights on the internet – 15 hours;

Industrial Property Law and technology – 15 hours;

Advanced topics on Digital Law – 15 hours.

Digital Law and New Technologies

Artificial Intelligence and the future of technology – 18 hours;

Blockchain and Law – 18 hours;

Legal aspects of startups – 18 hours;

Smart Cities – 18 hours;

Fintech – 18 hours;

Machine Learning and Programming for lawyers – 18 hours;

Advanced topics on Digital Law – 12 hours.

Creation of the Final Paper

Research Methodology – 15 hours.

Extension program

The postgraduation in Digital Law is composed of 3 modules, each one a semester long. Each module has an hourly schedule of 120 hours.

If a student wishes to enroll in a module separately, they will receive an Extension Program certificate at the end of the semester.

However, if the student wishes to partake each module separately (without enrolling in the postgraduation as a whole), even so at the end of the program the student can enroll in the “Creation of the Final Paper” module, which contains the subjects “Research Methodology” and “Final Paper”. The hourly schedule for this is 30 hours at a cost of R$300 (BRL) for the whole module.

If the student completes all 3 modules, along with the “Research Methodology” and “Final Paper” subjects, they can obtain the postgraduate degree in Digital Law.

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Registration starts from: 04 de May

deadline: 30 de July

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