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Law is the system of rules which governs society; practitioners of law are trained to analyse, interpret, and apply it. There are laws which apply to almost every aspect of life; including business and trade regulations, criminal activity, family disputes, property development, and European law.
This is an interdisciplinary course which places the study of law in the context of economics. The programme includes a of the range of law subjects and a critical understanding of how economic factors shape and develop law.
Careers or Further Progression...
The careers open to BCL (Law with Economics) graduates include those available to BCL graduates. Many will undertake further training to qualify as a barrister (Honourable Society of King's Inns) or solicitor (Law Society of Ireland), with both societies having separate entry requirements.
To become a legal professional, it is normal to pass examinations set by the Law Society of Ireland, and serve an apprenticeship for an additional two years.
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