Legal Informatics Program


Legal informatics is described as "the study of the application of information technologies to the field of law and the use of these technologies by legal professionals." It also includes the law related to technology, such as intellectual property law and security. Our legal informatics professional diploma offers an opportunity to gain the basic knowledge and skills required in the field of law and information technology. It provides the students with the methodological and technical bases needed to tackle the problems arising in these areas. You can become part of a legal team without having to earn a law degree. Our graduates are advocates for the best use of information technology in law, helping lawyers to better meet the needs of their clients and enhancing the quality of legal services.

Who Can Apply

We accept those with any scientific BSc certificate, including faculties of:

  • Law
  • Computer Science, Information Technology and other similar and relevant degrees.
  • Artificial Intelligence

Programme Competencies

With the study of Legal Informatics professional diploma you will be prepared to:

  • Implement specialized technology in law firms and law-related organizations
  • Assist with presenting a legal case in court
  • Handle electronic evidence with confidence
  • Incorporate effective information governance into any organization
  • Establish proper security and privacy programs
  • Protect an organization’s intellectual property


With the study of Legal Informatics professional diploma you will be prepared to:

  • Legal and Social Informatics of Security
  • Foundations in Legal Informatics
  • Electronic Discovery
  • Litigation Support Systems and Courtroom Presentation
  • Technology and the Law
  • Programming and Database Concepts
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Design and Development of an Information System


After completing the study of ‘Legal Informatics’ professional diploma, graduates will be prepared to work as:

  • Cybersecurity specialist
  • Electronic discovery specialist
  • Intellectual property law consultant
  • Contracts and licensing specialist
  • Internet of things consultant
  • Information governance advisor
  • Social media advisor
  • Legal software specialist
  • Legal data analyst
  • Compliance analyst

Potential Employers

  • Law firms
  • Government agencies
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Courts
  • Legal software vendors
  • Consulting firms