Academic Partners

University College Dublin Sutherland School of Law

The University College Dublin Sutherland School of Law was established in 1911. The School's wide range of high quality programmes encourage the development of both a critical understanding of law and the enhancement of legal and interdisciplinary knowledge and skills. ELSA Ireland is proud to have the Sutherland School of Law partner with both ELSA Ireland and ELSA UK for the Student Comparative and European Law Review.

The School works closely with law firms, government departments and NGOs to boost employability and develop professional skills among their students as part of their careers development programme. Their students also benefit from the state-of-the-art Sutherland School of Law building which opened in 2013 while enjoying extensive opportunities to study abroad at some of the leading law schools in Europe, North America and Asia contributing to the development of truly global lawyers

The Sutherland School of Law was the first University Law School in Ireland accredited by the Bar Council of India.

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Sheffield Centre for International and European Law

The Sheffield Centre for International and European Law is actively involved in the dissemination of research, forging research links with other national and international academic institutions, research centres and think-tanks and in working with governments, international institutions and NGOs. Research in the Centre focuses on the international and European aspects of legal issues, and more broadly draws on the School’s strengths in many forms of International, European and Comparative Law to consider the wider implications of current problems and the function of law in a globalised world.

The Centre's vision is to foster deep connections between scholarship and teaching and to be at the forefront of public debates through research and public engagement in areas such as international and regional human rights law, armed conflict, refugee law, European health law, citizenship, regionalism, international and European constitutional law and theory, dispute resolution, international organisations, economic law, cyber security.

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