Following up on its recent success in being named “GradIreland Postgraduate Course of the Year in Law for 2018”, the School of Law was delighted to celebrate with LLM General students graduating from the programme recently.
The LLM Master of Laws General postgraduate degree at the University of Limerick is a model of excellence in preparing students for an enriching, challenging and rewarding career both within the legal profession and beyond. At the core of this degree’s success, is its accommodation, not only of a diverse suite of highly innovative, research-led law modules (such as Advanced Family Law, the Law of International Trade Organisations, Policing and Human Rights etc), but also its incorporation of a unique practice-orientated, employer-led, ‘Mastering Your Employability’ (MYE) module. Designed in consultation with legal academics and employers, and delivered in a blended learning environment by the University of Limerick’s Cooperative Education and Careers Division, the MYE module is designed specifically to enable LLM General students to identify their unique talents and translate these into professional strengths which will enhance their employability.
For more information on the LLM (General), please visit https://ulsites.ul.ie/law/prospective-students-0.
Photographed at their graduation from the LLM (General) were (L-R):, Kieran Foley, Lucy Davis, Hanagh Byrne, Kevin Bowen, Jane Bradshaw Ryan, Joseph Sealy, Alicia Maher and Niamh Hennessy.