ContextThe legal area is certainly the one that will be able to make the most of technology to make its processes less cumbersome and slow. It must be said that many of the feasible legal technologies are not the subject of academic studies, thus remaining for the exclusive use of an elite of professionals and companies. Knowing them today is a way to stand out: the traditional work of the legal professional is no longer enough to meet the needs. There is a need to innovate, the main purpose of the path: to be able to provide ethical reflections, the means and technological tools to face change
AimsThe Executive Master aims to transfer the best corporate suit for those who come from law studies and want to start a career in the company, without denying their nature. Furthermore, the path is recommended above all for those who lead (or want to start) their own work as a consultant, freelancer and want to build or increase a customer portfolio consisting mainly of companies.
To make all of the above possible, the path alternates typical and always required topics and skills (such as corporate governance and corporate, international contracts, tenders and tenders, corporate compliance) with innovative and highly technological digital content skills (such as for example IT and digital tools, digital forensics, data protection management, cybersecurity, digital legal affairs), strengthened and united by avant-garde application focuses (such as legal english, dlgs 231, smart working, blockchain and the smart contract).RecipientsLaw graduates and equivalent
Graduates in corporate legal services
Graduates in administration and organization sciences
Political Science Graduates
Management consultantsDuration of the masterThe Master has a total duration of 1216 hours, divided as follows:136 hours of classroom training in weekend formula
120 hours of individual study
960 hours of internshipOutgoing professional figuresBusiness Jurist or Corporate Counselor;
Data protection officer (DPO);
Legal business specialist;
Head of digital regulation;
Public Legal Affairs;
Digital Forensics & Incident Response (DFIR) Consultant;
Technology Transfer Officer.The advantagesEconomic benefits
w.academy provides for the possibility of providing scholarships to participants. During the cognitive interview, a test can be provided to evaluate the initial level of preparation related to the chosen training path.
On the basis of which an assessment for eligibility will be made. The results of the test and the candidate's motivation, together with the outcome of the interview itself, will constitute the parameters for the attribution of the financial aid. w.academy and the network of w.academy companies provide partial scholarships to facilitate future company placements.
The course can be entirely financed by affiliated credit institutions.
Possibility of live streaming on a dedicated platform.
On Demand channel with recordings of lessons available H24.
Educational program constantly updated in line with the evolution of the sector.
Multimedia material available to learners.Quality
Tutor Sida Group assistance and quality control for each module.
Individual coaching and mentoring to identify the motivations and potential of the learner to enhance the qualified search for integration opportunities.
One to one orientation
To identify the best talents to be included in the training course, we use Senior Recuiter who, through a motivational interview lasting 1 hour, identify the candidates with the most attractive skills and with the professional skills that are among the most requested by the job market, to to assign scholarships for classroom attendance.
Internship activities in highly motivating and carefully selected companies.CertificatesCertificate of participation in the Master
Certification of digital skills acquired
Certificate of participation in the language course abroad (if attended)
ISIPM Project Manager Base certification (if attended)The program01/13 How to read the company balance sheet and know how to decide
02/13 Corporate governance and corporate
03/13 IT tools and digital technologies: the corporate lawyer 4.0
04/13 Business contracts. Focus: e-commerce
05/13 Digital forensics
06/13 International contracts and legal English. Focus: the employment contract in international law
07/13 Administrative law. Focus: how to support a public competition
08/13 Public procurement law. Focus: e-procurement and mepa
09/13 Data protection management & gdpr.
10/13 Cybersecurity: protection and protection tool for the company lawyer 4.0
11/13 Corporate compliance processes. Focus dlgs 231/01
12/13 Employment relationships in the digital age. Focus: smart working
13/13 Digital legal affairs: main applications for the corporate lawyer 4.0