UCD Sutherland School of Law offers Single Masters-Level Courses, Professional Diplomas and CPD Conferences and Seminars as a means to further deepening your legal knowledge:
Our Single Masters-Level Courses offer Law graduates, or those with a professional legal qualification, the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of an area of law by taking an individual graduate-level module and accumulating credits leading to a certificate, diploma or master’s degree, as well as CPD points.
Our Professional Diplomas specialise in areas of Law that are of interest to Professionals from a legal background or from a related area where a deeper specific knowledge is required.
Our CPD Conferences and Seminars ensure you keep abreast of cutting-edge trends in your field of law, offering full-day and half-day events on a variety of topical issues, and rewarding you with CPD points.
Apply for one of the following part-time programmes today:
The relationship between employer and employee has been transformed over the last forty years. Stay up to date with the key concepts.
This course has been designed to allow students the opportunity to choose from a wide range of subjects.
This course has been designed to allow students the opportunity to choose from a wide range of subjects. You will study alongside Masters (LLM) Students and may consider continuing to study the LLM, subject to meeting LLM entry requirements.
This Graduate Diploma from University College Dublin in partnership with the Law Society Finuas Network will focus on law and market practice in the provision of international financial services.
Designed to enable regulators, the regulated, and the employers thereof, and their representative bodies to become familiar with both the aims of regulation and functions of regulators.
This programme is run in association with law firm
Professional Diploma in Adjudication ***Not on Offer 2017-18***
Qualify as an Adjudicator - gain the credentials and the skills to as an adjudicator and to deliver reasoned, valid and legally enforceable decisions.
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.