The Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law(NRCCL) was established in 1970 and is one of the leading international institutions in the area of ICT-related law. With an academic staff of approximately 20 full-time professors and the researchers, the NRCCL has solid expertise in most relevant research areas. The International Master Degree in Law and Communications and Information Technology law has a solid reputation, and attract annually post-graduate students from all over the world.
The NRCCL is co-operating with its host-institution, the Department of Private Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo for its research program. Also, Section for eGovernment Studies (SeGov), an integrated part of the NRCCL, is a truly interdisciplinary effort, in co-operation with three other faculties (natural science, humanities and social science) offering a bachelor degree and a master degree in eGovernment studies (only in Norwegian).