Taken from the DLSP curriculum, this module will familiarise learners with the fundamental principles and substantive rules of Irish family law.
Provide learners with a sound knowledge of the law regulating the formation, breakdown, and dissolution of the institution of marriage and the family unit.
This course focuses on the development of professional skills; while it does not sit on the national framework, the module is drawn from Griffith College’s suite of QQI-validated programmes.
Why Study Family Law at Griffith College?
- Provide learners with a sound knowledge of the law regulating the formation, breakdown, and dissolution of the institution of marriage and the family unit.
- Provide learners with an understanding of the fundamental rights and duties of the State and of individuals in relation to the family and children.
- Enable learners to apply family law theory to different factual situations.
- Acquaint learners with practice and procedures before the Family Courts in Ireland.
- Ensure that learners can prepare documents necessary to bring a case to trial before the family courts in Ireland.
The next intake for this course will be:
- March 2022*
*subject to sufficient numbers
Please see the timetable section.