Law & Technology (Information Technology & the Law) | L4376

Students take a comprehensive look at current information technology (IT) and its applications in the law. Current legal issues, including the implications of the use of IT and professional responsibility are reviewed and discussed in class. Subject learning areas that are covered in the course include the Internet and the security issues raised by its use. Current time-saving applications, such as voice recognition, are related to the ethics of billing and is a topic covered by the course. Information Technology and the Law is designed to provide law students with the knowledge necessary to progress in adaptation and utilization of modern technological advances used in the process of providing legal services in today's modern society.

Prerequisites: None
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)


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