Why Study Law at Griffith College?
Students will study core subjects and pick electives allowing them to tailor their degree to focus on key areas of interest including criminal law, human rights law or corporate law.
- Graduates of this programme can go forward to sit the entrance examinations for the Honorable Society of King's Inns or The Law Society of Ireland should they wish to pursue a career as a barrister or solicitor.
- Students will acquire highly transferable skills attractive to a wide range of businesses, both inside and outside of law, including banking, the civil service, media and other related disciplines.
- Students can avail of individual career advice with work placement opportunities.
- Students may also participate in our law-related extracurricular student activities, such as the Irish Innocence Project, and join our award-winning students in the Mooting and Debating Societies.
- Students can avail of unique opportunities, including a summer internship in Philadelphia.
- Students will have access to our panel of experienced law lecturers, many of whom are accomplished practitioners in their field.
- 3 year QQI Level 8 Degree
- Recognised by the Honorable Society of King's Inns and the Law Society of Ireland
- Extensive List of Subject Choices
- Extracurricular Law-related Activities
- Experienced and Legal Practitioner Lecturers
- Extensive Library Facilities and Legal Research Databases
We run two intakes for this course commencing in Autumn and Spring.
Part-Time & Blended:
*subject to sufficient numbers
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- Dublin: GC403
What our students say
The course was two evenings a week which I found made it easy to maintain a good work-life balance. It gave me the flexibility I needed to maintain my social life.
''I was drawn to Law at Griffith College because of the small class sizes, stimulating active participation and discussion with fellow students and lecturers from a diverse range of backgrounds. During the LLB, I competed in The Irish Times Debate Competition, National Moot Court Competition, the National Negotiation Competition and was selected for the Chief Justice Summer Internship Programme. I believe that my engagement in extra-curricular activities combined with the skillset and knowledge I developed through the course significantly enhanced my career progression.''