The LL.M. in Information Systems and Information Technology Law ("MSI" in French) allows students to gain knowledge of the legal and technical issues relevant to the field of Internet Law.
Created in 1998, it is based today on a partnership between the Faculty of Law of the University of Strasbourg and CEIPI (the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies).
It is a part of the diplomas approved by INPI (National Institute of Industrial Property) and by CNCPI (the French Institute of Patent & Trademark Attorneys) as a requirement to take the EQE (European Qualification Exam for Patent Attorneys.)
The MSI degree comes in two forms:
- a standard on-site course, on the University campus,
- a distance learning course, on the Internet, which allows students to study online from anywhere in the world.
The course is available as initial or on-going education. The schedule is adjusted to the needs of working students.