Why Griffith College? Innocence Project: Griffith College is the home of the ‘Irish Innocence Project’ for final year law students. Practical Pedagogy: Practical education encompassing debating, court visits and moot courts. Student Intranet: Griffith College facilities web-based learning via lecture notes on the student intranet - moodle. Library Resources: The Griffith College library is a subscriber to Lexis Nexis, Westlaw UK and Westlaw.ie the world's premier legal research engines. High Academic Profile: Griffith Law Lecturers are graduates of Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard and the London School of Economics (LSE). Largest Law School: Griffith College has over 500 students registered. Law Society Recognition: The LLB, BA (Hons) in Business and Law degree are all accredited by the Irish Law Society. Career Service: Griffith College Law School offers a Career Service to help past and present students to obtain jobs in the legal profession. We hold mock interviews and give tips on the students CV, to give our students the best opportunities in the work force. Extensive LLM Programme: We offer three Masters in Law degrees in: International Law, International Commercial Law and International Human Rights Law. Assignment Feedback: Intensive assignment feedback sessions. Tax Relief: Griffith College students are entitled to 20% tax relief on all HETAC validated undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Griffith College Dublin is home to Ireland's largest law school, offering a wide range of courses in law, incorporating the Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Professional Law Schools. It has distinguished itself by virtue of its dedicated team of highly qualified lecturers, its professional orientation, its commitment to providing the highest standard of legal education possible and its willingness to develop curriculum to best reflect the changing imperatives of our legal system.
Griffith College Law School has always been strongly committed to the creation of a positive learning environment. This relaxed and productive atmosphere is achieved by developing a strong pastoral care ethos, evidenced by the open-door policy of lecturers, the operation of all lectures and tutorials on a first-name basis, the provision of both written and oral feedback on formal and informal assignments, and the close and friendly working relationship between students and staff, all of which are based on a spirit of trust and collaboration. Despite increasing student numbers, this atmosphere has been maintained and developed to the benefit of both students and staff within the Law School.