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Applications accepted for final places on the new Diploma in Criminal Law and Practice

Applications are being accepted for the new Diploma in Criminal Law and Practice, which commences on 11 October 2019.

This diploma offers students in-depth exposure and practical insight into key practice areas of criminal law in Ireland, from both prosecution and defence perspectives. A core component of the course is the goal of developing the advocacy skills of those attending through interactive workshop sessions that mirror situations faced in the criminal justice process.

The ethical and professional considerations of advising an arrested person in custody, dealing with vulnerable witnesses, and victims’ rights in a criminal trial process will be considered in detail.

We discuss the role of the prosecution and certain State agencies in the criminal justice system, and other areas of practice will be reviewed, with a practical focus on evidential and procedural updates and coverage of emerging areas of practice such as white-collar crime and the increased impact of EU law on criminal practice. 

For further information visit www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre or contact Patricia Harvey, Course Leader, by emailing: P.Harvey@LawSociety.ie

 

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