The University of Southampton
The Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS)

Teaching

We are a research-led institution and are proud to be part of the University’s thriving postgraduate community that operates right across the campus.

The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise confirmed that 95 per cent of our research output was of international quality, a percentage achieved by just ten other UK law schools and ILAWS has an excellent reputation for teaching the next generation of IT lawyers. iCLIC's members are in the process of creating a new LLM in the field with a solid interdisciplinary grounding built into it.

Taught LLM programmes

Our postgraduate degrees will give you the specialist knowledge for careers in IT law.

Research degrees

Southampton Law School offers opportunities to study to PhD level, in collaboration with the University of Southampton's WebScience doctoral training.

The Hartley library

One of the leading research libraries in the UK, it is very well equipped. It houses both the Law Collection and the Ford Collection of Parliamentary Papers. Increasingly materials are supplied via freely available electronic means. The Library also has extensive subscriptions to legal databases which are accessible through the Internet. Find out more

We are home to some of the most outstanding researchers in these fields in the UK, working with IT practitioners worldwide and the international academic and policy making community.

Undergraduates

ILAWS staff teach a third year module on Information Technology Law. It covers the four key areas of intellectual property, Internet content, eBusiness and eGovernance.

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Tanapote Ekkayokkaya

Tanapote completed his PhD in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law in 2001.

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