Lifelong Education: Law Society of Ireland offers online Data Protection Certificate to all professionals

The Law Society Diploma Centre has been providing post-graduate diploma and certificate courses for over a decade.

26th January, 2014
Pictured at a recent Diploma Centre conferral ceremony were: Front left to right: Simon Murphy (chairman, education committee), John Murphy (secretary general, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation), John P Shaw (president, Law Society of Ireland), Mr Justice Peter Kelly (High Court), Freda Grealy (diploma manager). Back left to right: Deirdre Flynn (diploma coordinator), Hugh J Ward (Hugh J Ward & Co), James Kinch (Dublin City Council), James St John Dundon (Dundon Callanan), John Darby (Bord Gais) and Garret Flynn BL.

The Law Society Diploma Centre has been providing post-graduate diploma and certificate courses for over a decade and during that time has proved itself to be pro-active and responsive to the further education needs of the legal profession.

For example, it introduced the Data Protection Certificate course last year and, due to demand, will run this online course again later this month. ''There are serious legal implications to holding data and many organisations and individuals...

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