The website was developed by Dr. Louise Crowley, and is moderated and supported by students of the LLM (Child and Family law).
It provides the general public and service providers with a comprehensive compilation of relevant and validated sources of information available both on and offline. The goal is to collate and disseminate all resources and services in Ireland, thereby ensuring that anyone seeking information will have full access to all resources.
Rachel Condon – LLM student
“My experience in the Taught Masters Programme this year has so far been very interesting. While I was studying for my undergraduate degree I always found child law and family law to be of most interest to me & it pushed me to apply for a Masters that zoned in on these specific areas. Child and family law in Ireland is ever-changing and evolving which for many, including myself, can be a very appealing aspect when studying the law. While we study many different areas of child and family law, the module I have found most compelling so far has been the Family Law Clinic. I liked how hands on it was & the fact we were involved in an active case. It was great to see our research and work being applied to real circumstances. It left with me with a small sense of achievement.
…I do feel my experience at UCC will give me a Masters that matters. I am particularly interested in mediation, which I think is steadily on the rise in Ireland. I feel studying child and family law in depth will give me a good basis for a job in this area or in any other area of the child and family service system in Ireland.”
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