Griffith College

FE1 Preparatory Course (Law Society Entrance Exam)

FE1 Preparatory Course (Law Society Entrance Exam)

FE1 Preparatory Course (Law Society Entrance Exam)

At Griffith College we have developed a leading programme with the best lecturing staff that have given our students the best possible opportunity when sitting the Law Society FE1s

Cork: Online
Dublin: Part-Time, Online
Griffith College Campus
Validated by:
QQI Level:
Course Level:Professional
Duration: 14 weeks
Overview

Geared to the specific examination papers set by the Law Society of Ireland, the Griffith College Professional Law School’s 14-week FE1 Preparation Course is both intensive and practical. Against a background of unequalled quality in materials, notes and facilities, underpinned by outstanding, supportive lecturers and online support 24/7, you are assured an environment that will enable you to excel.

Locations:

Preparatory courses for the FE1 Entrance Exams are available at our Dublin campus and also online.

About the course

The Final Examination

First Part is the entrance examination to the Law Society of Ireland. Only those who have passed or gained exemption from the Preliminary Examination can sit this examination which is held twice each year, in summer and autumn.

At the Professional Law School we pride ourselves on combining outstanding materials and support, delivered by the best lectures in the way that suits your timetable and lifestyle. We also offer fantastic value for money. We are pleased to offer students four subjects for the price of three and eight subjects for the price of six. This offer is limited by terms and conditions.

Classes run Monday to Thursday 6pm to 8pm, and 8:15pm to 10:15pm, starting Monday 3rd of November. Classes are €350 online and €395 in class. We currently have an offer if you sit four subjects you pay for three, or if you sit eight you pay for six. 

For more infomation on the timetable please see here.

If you are intrested in our one day revision course please see here.

Boy and Girl reading FE1 Manual
Structure

Subject Suggestions

For the FE1 exams, the Law Society requires you to sit four exams in your first sitting. You must pass three of those four exams to carry passes forward. Many students opt to sit four exams in one sitting, and then four in the next. You could bear the following in mind when making choices.

Many students find constitutional law and EU law the longest courses and it's a good idea to split them between sittings.
There is some overlap between contract law and equity and it's a good idea to keep them together if you can.

After that, it's largely a matter of choice, but if you want to discuss this in any more detail, call Brian Foley on +353 85 1483709 or email at [email protected]

 

To view timetable please click here.

Year 1 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Constitutional law
Company law
Contract law
Criminal law.
Equity & Trusts
EU Law
Law of Torts
Property Law
Timetables

Time Tables

Classes run from Monday to Thursday and are in two hourly slots. Please see the time-table here.

We also run one day revision courses, for more infomration on them please click this link.


 

The Professional Law School

November 2015-  March 2016 programme

 

FE1 Course – Live Lectures in Dublin Campus

 

Times

Dates

Room

Monday

 

 

 

 

Criminal

Sinead Prunty

6.00pm - 8.00pm

Nov 13*, 16, 23, 30

Dec  7, 14

Jan  4, 11, 18, 25

Feb  1, 8, 15, 22

(*note that Fri Nov 13th class takes place in room A107 )

 

A007

 

EU

Kate O’Toole

8.15pm-10.15pm

Nov 13*, 16, 23, 30

Dec  7, 14

Jan  4, 11, 18, 25

Feb  1, 8, 15, 22

(*note that Fri Nov 13th class takes place in room A107 )

 

A007

Tuesday

 

 

 

 

Property

James Buckley

6.00pm - 8.00pm

Nov 10*, 17, 24

Dec  8, 15

Jan  5, 12, 19, 26

Feb  2, 9, 16, 23

(*note that Nov 10th class is in room A107 )

 

A007

 

Tort

James Buckley

8.15pm-10.15pm

Nov 10*, 17, 24

Dec  8, 15

Jan  5, 12, 19, 26

Feb  2, 9, 16, 23

(*note that Nov 10th class is  in room A107  )

 

A007

Wednesday

 

 

 

 

Equity

Colum Walsh

6.00pm - 8.00pm

Nov 11*, 18, 25

Dec  9, 16

Jan  6, 13, 20, 27

Feb  3, 10, 17, 24

(*note that Nov 11th class is in room A107 )

 

A107

 

Contract

Brian Foley

8.15pm-10.15pm

Nov 11*, 18, 25

Dec  9, 16

Jan  6, 13, 20, 27

Feb  3, 10, 17, 24

(*note that Nov 11th class is in room A107  )

 

A107

   Thursday

 

 

 

 

Constitutional

Edward Matthews

6.00pm - 8.00pm

Nov  12*, 19, 26

Dec  10, 17

Jan  7, 14, 21, 28

Feb  4, 11, 18, 25

(*note that Nov 12th class is in room A207 )

 

A007

 

Company

Edward Matthews

8.15pm-10.15pm

Nov  12*, 19, 26

Dec 10, 17

Jan  7, 14, 21, 28

Feb  4, 11, 18, 25

(*note that Nov 12h class is in room A107 )

 

A007

 

Fees

Each subject is priced at €395 for classroom and €350 if sitting the course online option. We have a special offer at present where if a student is sitting four subjects they pay for just three, or if a student is sitting all eight in one they pay for just six. 

Campus: 
Dublin
Study Mode: 
Part-Time and Online
Campus: 
Cork
Study Mode: 
On-Line
How to Apply

Click on the Apply Online button to apply in less than two minutes and we'll get back to you within a day

 

In using the Apply Online option, you will want to choose the “professional law” options.

Progression
Academic Progression: 

For the FE1 exams, the Law Society requires you to sit four exams in your first sitting. You must pass three of those four exams to carry passes forward. Many students opt to sit four exams in one sitting, and then four in the next. You could bear the following in mind when making choices.

Many students find constitutional law and EU law the longest courses and it's a good idea to split them between sittings.
There is some overlap between contract law and equity and it's a good idea to keep them together if you can.

After that, it's largely a matter of choice, but if you want to discuss this in any more detail, call Brian Foley on (085) 148 3709 or email at [email protected]