Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Courses A - C

244: Cyberlaw

Credit Hours



The emergence of the Internet and digital technologies that enhance human abilities to access, store, manipulate, and transmit information has brought with it a host of new legal issues that lawyers preparing to practice in the 21st century will need to understand and address. This survey course will introduce and explore specific problems in applying law to issues arising on the Internet. Topics expected to be covered include the bounds of jurisdiction, privacy, governance and regulation, online commercial transactions, content protection (through intellectual property, contract, and technological means), and cybercrime. There are no prerequisites. Grades for the course will be based on a take home exam and class participation. (Das)