Data Privacy Law – 6103

Every single day, the newspaper contains stories – plural intended – about data privacy and security. Whether they concern the National Security Agency, Facebook, or a data breach at a small business, the handling of personal information has become a central concern of our time. In response, a complex law of data privacy has emerged, and now it is a fast growing area of legal practice. This course will equip students to counsel clients about an array of federal, state, and international legal requirements – while also analyzing them critically and thinking about the societal challenges posed by new information technology. Assessment will include group projects and a take-home final.

Credits
3
Course Equivalency

Students may NOT earn credit if LAW 5103 Data Privacy Law was previously completed.

Subject Area
Intellectual Property and Technology *
Student Year
Upper Division
LL.M.
Grade base
A - F
Course type
LEC