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Study a Diploma in Law: Applications open for September intake
The Diploma Centre’s Diploma in Law is now accepting applications for its 2021 offering. This well-established course offers great flexibility (one- and two-year study options are available) and innovative use of technology to facilitate the attendance of those working full time.
 
This course is specifically aimed at non-legal graduates or professionals who would like to learn more about the law in an engaging and flexible learning environment. The programme is based on practical lectures, insights and knowledge delivered by expert practitioners across eight core legal modules. 
 
Lectures are held weekly on a Wednesday evening with a monthly block release weekend on a Friday and Saturday. The Saturday workshop sessions form an integral part of the course design and are intended to consolidate what is learned in lectures. They offer an opportunity to participants to work in smaller groups, facilitated by experienced practitioners working through relevant problem-based case studies. Each module will also comprise a skills session tailored to the particular topic and there will be additional specific workshops on legal writing and examination techniques.
 
The programme is based on the following module scheme:
 
•Module 1: Constitutional Law,
•Module 2: Criminal Law,
•Module 3: Contract Law,
•Module 4: Tort.
•Module 5: Company Law,
•Module 6: EU Law,
•Module 7: Property Law,
•Module 8: Equity or Employment Law.
 
For further information about the Diploma in Law or to apply now, visit the Diploma Centre website at www.lawsociety.ie/diplomalaw or email at diplomalaw@lawsociety.ie 
 
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