The trilateral program set out here represents against the long and intense partnership of the institutions prior to the applied program the very unique possibility to start its own and very unique “master program on criminal law and digitalization” (CIS standing for Constance, Istanbul, Szeged as well as for Criminal, Intelligence, Science).
The curriculum set out here is the foundation for that LL.M. program. It is planned that future students may obtain an own specific master degree on comparative and digital criminal law when successfully obtaining a BA or equivalent degree from one of the three law schools, or a comparable degree from another University after an entrance qualification (1), then taking part within one of the trilateral seminars organized by the leading partners and successfully passing it (2), participating and passing courses on digital criminal law hosted at the University of Szeged and delivered by academic staff of the partner institutions (IO01) (3), and eventually writing one master thesis (4).
This program is as a trilateral program unique in its kind. That underlines the transnationality of “digital questioning”. Also, the program is setting a specific emphasis on the further development of comparative law and especially on different methods of comparative work and seeks to make aware of the many different ways of comparative research. It addresses the top tier law students and students of computational science of the three institutions and beyond to further develop their skills and to educate the future experts in digital criminal law. Including the program into the just founded institute of computational intelligence and law in Konstanz, in the future, it will be possible to also include further studies of data protection, international contracting, as well as questions of legal theory and philosophy into the Master program.
The Digicrimjus: Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Digitalization and Criminal Law is a is a one-year program designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the increasingly complex intersection of digital technology and criminal law. The curriculum combines coursework in law, technology, and data analytics to prepare graduates for careers in law enforcement, cybersecurity, and related fields.