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Diploma offers expert law tuition to non-legal graduates

Specialist course integrates academic theory with the practice of law

31st January, 2016
At a recent Diploma Conferral ceremony are: front left to right: Rory O’Boyle (Diploma Centre); Her Honour Judge Petria McDonnell; Simon Murphy (President, Law Society of Ireland); Catherine Deane (McCann FitzGerald); Dr Geoffrey Shannon (Senior Lecturer); centre left to right: Ken Murphy (Director General, Law Society of Ireland); Paula Murphy (Daniel Springs); Sinead Kearney (Byrne Wallace); Valerie Peart (Chair, Education Committee (MC); back left to right: David Gill (David Gill Associates); Bill Holohan (Holohan Law); James O’Donoghue (Bluett & O’Donoghue Architects); Arran Dowling Hussey (Barrister)

The Diploma Centre of the Law Society of Ireland is once again offering a diploma in law. Applications are now being accepted for this well-established programme which begins on Friday 9 September 2016.

Valerie Peart, chair of the Law Society’s education committee, said: “This course is unique in that it integrates academic theory with the practice of law. What differentiates this diploma in law from others on offer is the calibre of the lecturers and tutors that...

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