Master of Digital Law

The digital law field has become an increasingly important topic affecting many traditional disciplines. The gap between law and digital technologies brings interesting challenges to legal scholars and lawyers. This program involves different courses that include a wide range of topics related to digital law, which examine how the need for new technologies affects traditional legal disciplines: financial services, contract law, technology regulations, competition law, and media law. In this program, student students will explore the relationship between law and digital technologies, including online communications, privacy/data protection, intellectual property, cybercrime, AI, online media, fintech, and e-business. The main aim of this program is to enable students to obtain in-depth knowledge and skills in essential areas of digital law and improve their analytical and problem-solving skills.

Learning Outcomes

Master Digital Law aims to equip students with the critical understanding necessary for applying new digital legal concepts and practicing law disciplines in the highly sophisticated and dynamic environment of current reality.

At the end of this program, students will:

Get a full knowledge of the digital age, the impact of new digital technologies on law, and the importance of compliance with digital law.

Be able to review and analyze real cases of digital transactions and identify and investigate violations of these laws.

Analyze and evaluate alternative forms of rule and regulations to traditional law following ideals of fairness and justice.

Evaluate digital legal arguments relating to the field of digital law.

Plan of Study

Teaching methodology

Program axes are delivered through remotely panel discussions and taped lectures.

 Degree requirements

To obtain the Master’s Degree in Digital Law, the student must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours that can be completed in three semesters



Course Title

Credit Hours

1ST Term



LAW 601

Foundations of Digital Law 


LAW 612

Principles of Legal Study 


LAW 617

Privacy and Data Protection Law 


LAW 619

English for Legal Study ا


2ND Term



LAW 621



LAW 623

Regulation of Artificial Intelligence 


LAW 624

Business Law 


LAW 626

Intellectual Property 


3RD Term



LAW 631

FinTech Law and Regulation 


LAW 633

Digital Media Law


LAW 635

Digital Technologies Ethics أ


The degree is conferred by Midocean University in collaboration with Everyone's Smart University.

the rules and regulations that are relevant to the digital world from a technical perspective and does not follow a certain law of a definit country.
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$1200 for each term

In cooperation with MIDOCEAN University