Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
- Ireland, -
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Law at Trinity College Dublin is a four-year honours degree programme. In the first two years, you will take foundational and professional modules, ensuring there is an appropriate balance between the academic and practical aspects of law. The Single Honours degree in law offers students the opportunity to study law in depth and breadth – with a wide offering of modules available to choose from in your final years of studies. This allows you to tailor your studies to develop specialised areas of interest – for example media law and Intellectual property law, corporate law or human rights law - or to continue down a general route. You will apply and enhance the research skills that you have developed in the previous three years of the programme by completing a piece of independent research – referred to as the ‘Capstone Project’. Working as part of a research group, you will work both independently and collaboratively to explore in-depth a topical issue. You will learn the skills of a lawyer: how to research the law, how to make legal arguments, how to use the law to protect and serve your clients.