On this website you will find information about the School and its stakeholders.
There is detailed information about the study opportunities, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. As well as written information on all of the programmes, there are some videos you can watch to hear about the School, its programmes and the experiences of some of our students.
At undergraduate level, we offer programmes such as Law Plus and Law and Accounting but there is also a facility to study for a law degree at night.
If you are trying to make decisions at the moment about the CAO application, please
don't hesitate to email one of the people listed below, who can give you reliable information
about the law programmes here at University of Limerick. Of course, they prepare you for a
career as a Solicitor or Barrister but our graduates have successfully followed other career
paths too. We can put you in contact with a current or former student by email for more information
if necessary and will be happy to help with any queries you have.
Sinead.Eaton@ul.ie, Susan.Leahy@ul.ie, Eimear.Spain@ul.ie, Eddie.Keane@ul.ie
The facilities on campus are excellent and the School of Law now has a replica state-of-the-art Courtroom, fully equipped with recording technology, and that is a great place for law students to develop their clinical skills.
School of Law
A two year scholarship €12,000 p.a. with EU fees is available for an LLM by research or PhD in the School of Law
Applications are invited from all prospective postgraduate students, including current undergraduate students due to graduate in 2013.
Applicants must include ALL of the following
1. A completed Postgraduate Studies Research Application Form (www.graduateschool.ul.ie).
2. A research proposal (for guidelines see www.graduateschool.ul.ie).
3. Original transcripts for all third level degrees.
4. Two academic references.
5. A 200 word statement outlining reasons for applying for a scholarship.