Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Experiential Learning

534: Privacy, Security and Data Protection Workshop

Credit Hours

2

Description

Privacy is a relatively new and rapidly growing area of law that now affects nearly all industries.   The privacy field poses a variety of legal challenges as government regulators attempt to keep up with privacy issues.   Class will focus on real world legal problems that start-ups and technology companies face as they consumer and utilize data in order to innovate.   Students will gain practical experience in identifying key legal issues related to privacy, security and data protection while developing an understanding of best practices utilized for compliance.   Students should take this course if they have any interest in working with or in the tech, health or any other data driven discipline.