Is Law for you?
A law qualification will prepare you for a career as a solicitor or barrister, but graduates also find employment in the civil and public service, as well as the NGO sector, where their legal knowledge and critical thinking skills are particularly useful. Law students will build up a base of knowledge in core areas such as Contract Law, Property Law, Criminal Law and European Union Law, as well as following your own interests through specialised topics. TU Dublin puts a strong emphasis on areas of law that have recently undergone change. Students will develop skills of analysis, research and communication, a well-honed capacity for problem-solving, an appreciation of the complex relationship between law and society, and how law can both help and hinder the resolution of social problems. Students will examine the operation of the criminal justice system, consider how law should respond to new technologies or carry out research for an NGO on real-world problems.
|Course Title||Course Code||Level||Location|
|Law (LLB) with a Language||TU917||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Business & Law||TU904||Level 8||Aungier Street, Grangegorman|
|Law (LLB)||TU918||Level 8||Grangegorman|
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