Graduate Programmes at UCD Law
Graduate studies play an important role in the academic life of the Law School and also provide opportunities for interaction with practitioners in the legal professions and in government through our professional diploma programmes.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Programme between the School of Law and the School of Politics and International Relations.
Largest group of academic lawyers in Ireland and leading researchers of high international standing.
LLM Graduate Programmes
Most of our range of Masters programmes can be taken on a part-time basis over two years
An enriching experience for law graduates who wish to deepen their knowledge of the law
Advance your career with a specialisation in one of law’s leading practitioner fields.
This specialisation will equip you with a head-start for a career in criminal law and the criminal justice system.
A programme offering specialist and in-depth knowledge of an increasingly important and fast-moving areas of law.
An interdisciplinary programme examining the interaction of law and politics in the vital area of human rights.
An interdisciplinary approach to the law and politics of the European Union for those who want a deeper understanding of EU law and wider government trends.
Masters Graduate Programmes
The Law School also offers graduate programmes specifically designed for non-law graduates:
A Masters programme for those who have not previously studied Law at undergraduate level. It’s a unique two-year programme offering non-law graduates the opportunity to obtain a law degree.
A unique programme for non- lawyers who wish to work in the criminal justice system based in Ireland’s only Institute of Criminology.
Students with undergraduate qualifications in both law and business disciplines the opportunity for advanced study in both disciplines
Apply for one of the following part-time programmes today
Qualify as an Arbitrator - gain internationally recognised credentials and the skills to make a real difference in dispute resolution. Arbitration is a widely used alternative to litigation before the Courts.
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This course has been designed to allow students the opportunity to choose from a wide range of subjects.