Frequently Asked Questions
2020/21 Academic Year - Semester 1 Timetables
|Undergraduate Timetables||Postgraduate Timetables|
Please note that, following a Government direction, UCC, along with all universities in the country, will introduce enhanced public health protection measures from Monday, 28 September 2020. All School of Law lectures will thus be delivered online. UCC is advised by Government that this period of enhanced public health protective measures will be for a two week period to Friday, 9 October 2020. Read more: https://www.ucc.ie/en/news/important-new-academic-term-update-.html
These timetables are provisional and subject to change in line with governmental and NPHET guidelines in the context of Covid-19. Revised timetables will be displayed in the School of Law and available online, and you will be able to access your personal timetable on Canvas. Details of your on-campus time and tutorial allocation will be emailed to you before the new semester commences.
All lectures will be recorded and available online through the university’s Virtual Learning Environment, Canvas, to be accessed by students on the days when they are not on campus and to facilitate students who cannot be physically present.
|BCL||BCL (International)||BCL (Clinical)||BCL (Law and Business)|
|BCL (Law and French)||BCL (Law and Irish)||Evening BCL|
BCL (Law and French) Year 3 students should refer to the University Calendar for details of their placement abroad options. Students will need to engage with their host institutions for details of their timetables. Please refer to your Programme Director for further information.
BCL (Law and Irish) Year 3 students should refer to the University Calendar for details of the pathway options available. Details of UCC timetables will be contingent on placement options chosen. Please refer to your Programme Director for further information.
|LLB Year 1||LLB Year 2||LLM (Taught)||LLM (Business Law)|
|LLM (Intellectual Property & E-Law)||LLM (International Human Rights Law & Public Policy)||LLM (Children's Rights and Family Law)||LLM (Environmental & Natural Resources Law)|
I have questions about a course in Law, who should I contact?
- You can find more information on all courses, duration, fees and how to apply as well as contact details for the programme directors on our Courses page.
- For general questions about admissions and the application process, please visit the admissions office website.
- For queries on specific undergraduate courses (BCL), please see below:
|BCL (Pathways)||Dr Catherine O'Sullivanfirstname.lastname@example.org||+353 (0)21 490 3285|
|BCL (Law & Business)||Dr Fidelma Whiteemail@example.com||+353 (0)21 490 2176|
|BCL (Law & Irish)||Dr Seán Ó Conaillfirstname.lastname@example.org||+353 (0)21 490 3811|
|BCL (Law & French)||Dr Bénédicte Sage-Fulleremail@example.com|
|Evening Law Degree||Professor John Meefirstname.lastname@example.org||+353 (0)21 490 2494|
- For queries on specific postgraduate courses (LLM, LLB) or research programmes, please see below:
|Postgraduate Programme Administrator||Leah Nevilleemail@example.com||+353 (0)21 490 5995|
How do I contact my Lecturer?
All contact details are available on our People page.
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I have completed my course, what options are available to me?
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