Students are exposed to key issues within the field such as: the role of law and regulation in communications, media and entertainment; privacy and surveillance; telecommunications; content regulation; internet challenges; and the relationship between intellectual property and technology.
Career options exist for non-law professionals to enhance prospects as communications policy advisors, editorial and management positions, online/social media consultants, lobbyists, researchers for public interest groups and industry commentators. Practising lawyers can expand their legal specialisations in areas including communications law, intellectual property, media and entertainment law, telecommunications law, technology law and corporate law.
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Last updated May 31, 2016