National University Of Ireland Galway School Of Law

Introduction

Established in 1849, the National University Of Ireland (NUI) Galway School Of Law delivers innovative legal education in a dynamic school dedicated to impactful, high-quality legal research. With 800 undergraduate and postgraduate students, over 40 staff, a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and exciting clinical legal education opportunities, the School emphasises student-focused, research-led teaching delivered in a supportive and intellectually challenging environment.‌

It hosts the internationally renowned Irish Centre for Human Rights and the Centre for Disability Law & Policy, both centres with established reputations as world leaders in their fields. The School is passionate about research that meets the highest scholarship standards, informs student learning and engages with current societal challenges, impacting public debate and informing government policy.

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  • University Road, , Galway

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