Courses

A world-class education, tailored for your successful career

UCC School of Law

Our courses enable you to specialise in the areas of law you are most interested in.

Courses & Qualifications
Study at one of the top Law Schools worldwide

UCC School of Law

UCC School of Law is consistently ranked among the top 150 Law Schools in the world by QS Global Law School rankings.

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Learn from our vibrant community of legal scholars.

UCC School of Law

Our students learn from those who are currently conducting cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and contributing to national and international debate in their fields.

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Meet established legal professionals & explore real-world issues

UCC School of Law

Our School's Clinical & Law in Practice modules offer students the opportunity to engage with established legal professionals who can provide real-life perspectives on legal and policy matters in a variety of sectors.

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Excel as a UCC School of Law graduate.

UCC School of Law

Many of our graduates pursue successful careers in the legal professions, for example as barristers, solicitors or in-house legal counsels. Others find their place in a wide variety of alternative fields, from business to journalism, NGO work to academia.

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Enjoy a vibrant international community.

UCC School of Law

The School of Law has become a centre of international excellence with students from more than 104 countries joining UCC every year.

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Our various Law Clinics provide a bridge between our academic teaching and research work and litigation, civil society, advocacy and law reform. Students and academics collaborate on submissions to law reform processes and on producing research briefs that support the work of civil society groups or lawyers engaged in litigation.

Notable examples include the work of the Child Law Clinic on securing redress for survivors of sexual abuse in National Schools, which helped to secure rulings by the European Court of Human Rights in the Louise O’Keeffe case in 2014, and by the Government’s Independent Assessor in 2019.

The Family Law Clinic website provides accessible legal information on aspects of the family law system for interested members of the public.

At the IT Law Clinic, students provide legal information to startups on issues such as copyright, data protection and selling online. The clinic is the first such clinic in any Irish university and provides an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge of these dynamic legal areas to real-life problems faced by businesses.

The UCC Sports Law Clinic, the only undergraduate clinic of its kind in the world, provides a unique opportunity for students to directly engage with real clients, ranging from professional to amateur clients both within and outside of UCC in areas such as child protection, disciplinary hearings, negligence, transfers and governance.

Research Programmes

UCC School of Law hosts Ireland’s most successful graduate research programmes in Law.

PhD and LLM Research

Researchers are provided with an unparalleled experience within a well-established and vibrant community of over 40 graduate researchers.

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School of Law

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Room 1.63, Aras na Laoi, T12 T656

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