Trinity Law School
Founded in 1740, Trinity Law School is Ireland’s leading Law School and is ranked in the top-100 of global Law Schools (QS and THE rankings).
Trinity Law School is setting ambitious goals to advance excellence: it seeks to expand capacity to accommodate more students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, at the same time enabling the curricular and research developments that will advance the School’s education, research and civic engagement programmes.
These goals will be achieved through expanding both physical and intellectual resources. Building a new, state-of-the-art building in a prominent position on Trinity’s city-centre campus will enable the expansion of faculty, educational programmes and student numbers, while bringing everyone together in one cohesive Law School community. This shared space will facilitate interactions between faculty, students and the broader community - legal, government, business, and NGO.
State-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities will transform the content and delivery of educational and research programmes, while dedicated informal spaces will create an enhanced sense of community and support an expanded civic engagement programme. For example, the Trinity Access Pathways to Law programme provides a framework for the legal profession to engage strategically with the issues of access and to put in place practical measures to ensure greater equity and diversity.
Trinity Law School is a priority project of Inspiring Generations. A dynamic community of donors and friends are helping to deliver on its ambitious goals by supporting the capital development and investing in the education of our law students through scholarships and access.