Master in Legal Tech

Bridging the gap between innovation and law
Today’s complex world requires an ever-expanding set of professional capabilities and technical skills that are vital for future success in the legal sector. This new reality demands a new breed of lawyers and professionals who can adapt to the emerging paradigm, while understanding the application of technology and its impact on the legal sphere.

In this context, IE Law School has launched the Master in Legal Tech, a cutting-edge program designed to empower lawyers, entrepreneurs and professionals from diverse backgrounds, to think outside the box, explore and harness the power of technology in the sector. The programme provides comprehensive academic and professional training in legal practice, as well as interdisciplinary analysis related to current developments in law and technology.
PROGRAM

Masters

DURATION

10 months

LANGUAGE

English

LOCATION

Online - Madrid - Silicon Valley - Herzliya

Format

Part time

Intake

March

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The Master in Legal Tech

IS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE...

Business lawyers seeking to digitize corporate legal departments, law firm lawyers with the need to drive innovation/digitization/creation and development of the Technology Law Department, or entrepreneurs, innovators, engineers, disrupters and other professionals in the quest to explore and harness the power of technology in the sector.

LOOKING FOR…

A blended, integrated, immersive, and individualized programme that gives you access to three elite and innovative ecosystems and offers a global and unique opportunity to meet and learn from top experts in the field while expanding your professional network.

TO BECOME…

• A lawyer specialized in legaltech in international law firms, in-house legal departments of large corporations, legal service providers, public administration and transnational organizations (both for-profit and non-profit).
• Consultant
• Researcher
• Policy-maker
• Innovator and entrepreneur

A SURE PATH TO SUCCESS

5 reasons to pursue the Master in Legal Tech at IE Law School.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Expand your network by immersing yourself in three tech ecosystems around the world

The Master in Legal Tech exposes students to a world-class professional network and a global legal tech community, providing them with the ultimate networking experience through immersive face-to-face periods in the world’s most relevant legal tech ecosystems: Madrid, Silicon Valley, and Israel at The Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In this way, students are offered the chance to learn how legal tech issues are handled throughout different legal jurisdictions around the world.

Learn from top-tier faculty

Our professors are all about making an impact, both in their careers and on campus. They share a strong commitment and vision towards the power of technology. You will learn from prestigious academics, successful professionals, and industry leaders from around the globe who apply their real-world experiences to the classroom. You will be able to connect with some of the most innovative leaders in business and law, and gain the network, experience, and recognition that today’s professionals need to stay ahead of the curve and succeed in the legal (or any) market.

Lead change in an expanding industry

Over the past decade, we have witnessed a rising force in the legal tech industry, and its growth shows no signs of slowing down. As such, new players require professionals who have the ability to combat new challenges and who are ready to lead the technological revolution in the sector. Our graduates will have a competitive edge and be uniquely prepared to drive the technological transformation of the legal industry. They will also learn how to meet the needs of modern law firms, corporations, legal service providers, and public administration.

Solve real-world cases of well-renowned companies

As part of the program, you will have the opportunity to participate in the LegalTech Challenge. This exciting initiative involves close collaboration with renowned companies like Santander, Huawei and Google, among others, where students work on three practical, real-world cases throughout the year. Whether designing Robo Advisors or chatbots, creating a machine-learning model, or discovering how to organize a tech startup, these innovative projects empower students with the skills to become world-class legal professionals that drive transformation on the world stage.

The future of legal industry

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Daniel Martin Katz vision´s about the future of the Legal Tech industry.

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The next 10 years in the legal sector.

UNIVERSITY PRIVATE DEGREE

Upon program completion, students will receive a Master´s Degree from IE Law School.

This is a University Private Degree from IE Universidad*, and taught in IE Law School. More Information on what earning a University Private Degree from IE Universidad entails.

*IE Universidad is a University officially recognized by the Spanish education authorities, allowed to grant both Official University Degrees (Bachelor’s,  Master’s and PhD  degrees), which are specifically regulated and accredited by Spanish Ministry of Education and University Private Degrees (Master) , which are specifically  designed by the University towards the professional application of their studies and the constant update of higher education, preserving the educational standards of excellence of IE. Both types of degrees are equally backed by the rigor and prestige of IE University.

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