Applicants must hold the DIT Postgraduate Diploma in Law.
The programme ordinarily takes eight months part-time, October through May.
Ben Aniekwena “The constitutional provisions of child protection and welfare in Ireland”
Andrew Guy “Mental Health and the Law in Ireland - A Critical Review”
Clare Egan "Children as Victims and Perpetrators of Violence: A Legal Analysis of Children in Armed Conflict".
Niamh Dennehy “Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010”
Íde O’ Rourke “The Constitution, and the de facto family: and the Margin of Appreciation?”
David Cleary “Disregarding Article 24.8.1˚: The implications of excessive Executive power and insufficient Parliamentary oversight”
Aoife Balfry “Criminal Justice (Amendment) Act 2009- Implications for the Fair Trial of the Accused”
Kirk Donohue “Protecting our marine environment through law”
Rob Michael “Mediation and the Business of Law in a Recession"
Ewaen Fred Ogieriakhi "Union Citizenship: Impact, Influences and Challenges to Irish Immigration Laws"
Applications are made online (click here).
Applications should be accompanied by:
The following criteria are applied: