Have you ever considered studying law as a postgraduate?

New 2 year conversion law degree now available in UCC Law School.

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UCC Law School is pleased to announce our new conversion law degree. Aimed at graduates from other disciplines who are seeking a change in direction and would like to find a career in law or related area such as human rights. Starting in 2015-16 academic year our postgraduate LLB degree in Law will admit graduates who have not previously studied law.

Did you want to become a lawyer? Or have a passion for human rights or business and think a law degree will help you pursue your dreams of a career in this area? If so, the Law School at UCC are delighted to announce that we now have a degree that can offer you a change in direction. Starting in 2015-16 academic year our postgraduate LLB degree in Law will admit graduates who have not previously studied law.

The two year full time postgraduate degree offers graduates from other disciplines a chance to study core law modules and develop essential legal skills, such as advocacy and legal research/writing.

A student who chooses to study for the LLB you will take the subjects which make up the foundation topics required for the professional exams – FE1s and Kings Inn exams – such as Criminal Law and Constitutional Law. In addition, students will be able to choose from a wide range of optional subjects such as Human Rights Law and Commercial Law. The programme is largely delivered during the day but there is flexibility with some subjects being taught in the evening.

Should you want more information on this expanded degree in the Law School please check out the information on the UCC study web page: http://www.ucc.ie/en/ckl13/

Application for the programme can now be made through http://www.pac.ie/ucc
Course Code CKL44 (full-time), CKL45 (part-time). Full details on how to apply available here.

If you would like to further discuss what the programme involves, please contact Dr Fiona Donson f.donson@ucc.ie

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