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Law Plus - LM029
 

The law component of the course is designed to provide you with a mastery of the discipline of law through the study of the core legal subjects which are considered essential to an adequate legal education: Lawyering Skills, Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, Public Law, Equity and Trusts, EU Law and Land Law.

Law Plus includes the following elective options:
Economics, English, Extra Law, French, Gaeilge, German, History, Japanese, Linguistics with TESOL, Mathematics, New Media with Cultural Studies, Psychology, Politics, Public Administration, Sociology and Spanish. The electives serve to broaden the base of your legal studies and refine your knowledge of the wider world. 


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