Law Online at UCC

law online

The Law School is committed to the dissemination of legal information on the Internet for students, lawyers, business people or citizens who need such information.  

We are actively engaged in three major projects: BAILII (the British and Irish Legal Information Institute), IRLII (the Irish Legal Information Initiative) and the Irish Law Site, as well as providing compilations of links to other web resources through our Freedom of Information LinksRestitution, and E Law sections.

Lecturers place electronic copies of reading lists and other material, on UCC's Blackboard system, often with hyperlinks to the full text of cases and statutes on BAILII and IRLII.

The UCC Student Law Society produces the Cork Online Law Review, in co-operation with the Law School.

Law at UCC is on Twitter.  If you wish to connect with any of our staff or centres through twitter to increase your awareness of the broad range of work that we do in both policy development and research, please scroll down for their twitter handles: 

 

Staff member

Twitter handle

Aisling Parkes

@AislingParkes

Angela O'Connell

@an0co

Caroline Fennell

@cfennucc

Catherine O'Sullivan

@Cathosx

Claire Murray

@drclaire_m

Conor O'Mahony

@ConorUCCLaw

Darius Whelan

@dariuswirl

Declan Walsh

@deckie

Fiona Donson

@FDonson

Irene Lynch Fannon

@ireneucc

John Mee

@JohnMeeLaw

Louise Crowley

@LouiseCrowley2

Maeve McDonagh

@MaeveMcDonagh1

Seán Ó Conaill

@soconaill

Ursula Kilkelly

@Ukilkelly

Steve Hedley

@9th_level_irl

 

 

Other

Twitter handle

CCJHR

@CCJHRlawucc

Child Law Clinic

@childlawclinic

Constitution Project @UCC

@ConstitutionUCC

Environmental Justice (ÁR)

@EnvJusticeUCC

IJLS

@ijls_law

 

Close X