About this program
Bachelor of Laws (Law Plus)
The study of law is an enriching educational experience that provides intellectual stimulation and an exposure to decision-making and argumentative skills. The Law Plus programme allows you to choose elective subjects in other disciplines including Politics, History, Psychology, Economics, Maths, Sociology and languages. You can therefore expect to have a wide variety of options open to you upon graduation.
Law Plus places significant emphasis on the development of practical legal skills including oral and written communication skills, analytical and logical reasoning skills, negotiation, legal research, organisational and teamwork skills, particularly through the lawyering skills modules. Our moot court and appellate court facilities are utilised throughout the programme to develop these skills and ensure our students graduate equipped to deal with working in a legal environment. These skills are of course transferable and of great benefit to those who choose to pursue a career outside of law.
You will also have the opportunity to participate in Advanced Lawyering projects. These projects provide students with a unique opportunity to engage with community partners and to apply their legal knowledge and skills in a practical manner. Projects vary from year to year and have in the past included topics such as miscarriages of justice, sentencing, Street Law, and legal app development.
Applicants are required to hold at the time of enrolment the established Leaving Certificate (or an approved equivalent) with a minimum of six subjects which must include: Two H5 (Higher level) grades and Four O6 (Ordinary level) grades or four H7 (Higher Level) grades. Subjects must include Mathematics, Irish or another language, and English.
Note: Grade F6 in Foundation Mathematics also satisfies the minimum entry requirements. Foundation Maths is not reckonable for scoring purposes
In addition, students wishing to take a language option must have a H4 grade in that language with the exception of Japanese or beginners Spanish, where a H4 grade in a language other than English is required.
For certain electives, additional special qualifications specific to individual subjects or disciplines may be determined by the respective departments in accordance with Academic Council regulations
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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- Introduction to Lawyering 1
- Contract Law 1
- Criminal Law 1
- Introduction to Lawyering 2
- Contract Law 2
- Criminal Law 2
- Constitutional Law 1
- Torts 1
- Land Law 1
- Constitutional Law 2
- Torts 2
- Land Law 2
5 modules from contributing disciplines
- Advanced Lawyering 1
- Law of European Union 1
- Equity and Trusts 1
- Advanced Lawyering 2
- Law of the European Union
- Equity and Trusts 2
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
Full Time Tution fee for 2021/2022:
- EU Fee incl. SC Levy: 5,652€
- Non EU Fee incl. SC Levy: 12,514€
NFQ Level 8 major Award Honours Bachelor Degree
- Master of Laws in International Commercial Law
- Master of Laws (General)
- Master of Laws in Human Rights in Criminal Justice
- Masters in Accounting and Finance
- Masters in Business Management
- PhD in Law
- Commercial Broker
- Corporate Governance Research Associate
- Junior Consultant
- Legal Assistant
- Legal Executive
- Management Associate
- Private Equity Analyst
- Research Specialist
- Teacher (International School)
- Trainee Accountant
- Trainee Garda
- Trainee Solicitor
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University of Limerick
The University of Limerick (UL) is renowned for its graduate employability, dedication to the student experience, industry-relevant programmes, award-winning research, stunning campus and UL`s deep commitment to community engagement. With close to 16,000 students, including 3,000 international students, UL is...
Why study at University of Limerick
The Universities commitment to graduate employability, UL`s dedication to the student experience, industry-relevant programmes, award-winning research, stunning campus and UL`s deep commitment to community engagement.
The University of Limerick houses a broad range of world class and specialist equipment and facilities that give students and researchers an immersive and practical approach to their studies and research.
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