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UL Engage Projects

UL Engage Projects

A series of UL Practicums took place in the School of Law during the 2016/17 Spring semester in collaboration with UL Engage. The UL Practicum enables students to gain curriculum-based accredited learning in community projects. UL Practicum projects are established in response to community identified needs and are designed and implemented by collaborative teams comprising UL staff, Community Partners and Students. For more information, visit the UL Engage website:

Examples of School of Law Practicums for 2016/17 include:

Freedom of Movement and EU Law: Supervised by Laura Donnellan

Read more here:

The Assisted Decision Making Capacity Act 2015 Interpretation and Practical Application: Supervised by Dr John Lombard

Read more here: and read the Report here:

Information booklet on Donor Assisted Human Reproduction (DAHR) and the Law in Ireland: Supervised by Dr Lydia Bracken

Read more here: and read the Information Booklet here:

Norah Burns facilitated collaboration between the School of Law and UL Engage in the production of these projects.