Ireland Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Ireland in Alphabetical Order

Ireland Law Schools

  • Belfast - Queen's University, Belfast - School of Law
    28 University Square, Belfast BT71NN, Phone: 44 (0) 28 90973451

    Queen's combines the best of tradition with a progressive outlook. It is an institution with a world-class academic reputation as reflected in the award of a Queen's Anniversary Prize in 2006, the fourth time the University has been honoured in this way. As a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities, Queen's is building on its tradition of excellence to secure a future for its students - the leaders of tomorrow. They can look forward to being taught to the highest standards by academics who are both world-class teachers and researchers.

  • Cork - University College Cork, Faculty of Law

    The Faculty offers three taught LLM degrees which give students the opportunity to choose from a wide range of subjects and to prepare a minor thesis on a topic of their choice. Our student body, particularly in our postgraduate programmes, continues to expand as demonstrated by the continued success of the LLM in Criminal Justice, unique in Ireland, which relies on co-operation with outside agencies to pursue the study of criminal policy and its implementation. We also have a strong e-Law LLM at the cutting edge of law and technological developments.

  • Dublin - The Honourable Society of the Kings Inns
    Henrietta Street, Dublin,

    King’s Inns was established in 1541, when lawyers named their new society in honour of King Henry VIII and successfully secured a lease of lands at Inns Quay (where the Four Courts are now located). By the end of the 18th century, the government of the day decided that it needed a building to house courts and so, in 1800, the noted architect, James Gandon, having just completed the Four Courts complex, was commissioned to design the present buildings on Constitution Hill. Henceforward, these would be the headquarters of the Benchers and the School of Law. The primary focus of the school is the training of barristers.

  • Dublin - Trinity College Dublin School Of Law
    House 39, New Square, Dublin,

    The Law School has students of the highest calibre and a strong team of lecturers and professors. It is ideally situated on the historic campus of Trinity College Dublin, close to the courts, the Oireachtas (the National Parliament) and government departments. As Ireland's oldest Law School, Trinity is strongly committed to the service of society through education, research and public service activities.

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  • Dublin - University College Dublin, Sutherland School of Law

    University College Dublin - UCD Sutherland School of Law is committed to achieving excellence in both teaching and research, and to providing a rich, vibrant and friendly environment for its student body. It is ranked among the world’s 100 leading law schools, by QS World University Rankings. Students will engage in advanced study with internationally renowned specialists in a state-of-the-art facility, and will benefit from the School’s strong links with practice, industry, NGOs and government, both domestic and international.

  • Galway - National University of Ireland - Faculty of Law

    Welcome to the Faculty of Law. I hope that you find it to be a revealing window on our work and a useful instrument of communication with the Faculty for both academic and administrative purposes. As you will see, we offer a range of under-graduate programmes and contribute extensively to the teaching programmes of other Faculties in the University. We also have taught LL.M programmes and a growing cohort of doctoral students supervised by individual Faculty members.

  • Limerick - University of Limerick School of Law

    The mission of the University of Limerick is to promote and advance learning and knowledge relevant to the needs of Ireland through teaching, research and scholarship in an environment that encourages innovation and upholds the principles of free enquiry and expression.

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