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Master de Formación Permanente en Computational Law and Artificial Intelligence

Universidad de Alcalá

Master de Formación Permanente en Computational Law and Artificial Intelligence

Universidad de Alcalá

Master de Formación Permanente en Computational Law and Artificial Intelligence

Join Universidad de Alcalá and lead the future of law and AI!

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Program Features

Structured Modules

All subjects are structured in modules that are covered sequentially, ensuring adequate progress.

Evaluation Tools

Progress is evaluated using quizzes, discussions, and practical practices with short code snippets.

Curated Resources

Resources include both specifically produced videos and written materials and curated internet resources.

Thesis Requirements

Students must produce a review of a topic or a practical application implementing tools to a legal problem.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Computational Law?

Computational law is the branch of legal informatics concerned with the automation of legal reasoning.

What is the duration of the program?

The program is designed to be completed in one academic year.

What are the admission requirements?

Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree in law, computer science, or a related field.

Is the program available online?

Yes, the program offers both online and on-campus options.

What kind of support is available for students?

Students have access to academic advisors, technical support, and a wealth of online resources.

What are the career prospects after graduation?

Graduates can pursue careers in legal tech, academia, or as consultants in computational law.

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