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Postgraduate Law Student Webinar - Thursday 23 February 2022.

Join the Law School at the Postgraduate Law Student Webinar on Thursday 23 February 2023, from 3.30pm - 4.30pm.

We are delighted to host a Postgraduate Law Student Webinar with our colleagues in Global Relations on Thursday, 23rd February, 3.30-4.30pm.

Presentations will be delivered by the University’s Global Relations Team and the School of Law’s Postgraduate Course Directors, followed by a Q & A session.

About the School of Law:

Founded in 1740, the School of Law is one of the leading law schools in Europe, consistently ranked as one of the top 100 law schools in the world. We are very proud of our postgraduate programmes which attract top legal graduates from prestigious universities over 30 countries annually. Students benefit from this intellectually rigorous and culturally diverse environment, enriched by a deep sense of community. Our established Postgraduate taught programmes offer an array of modules with a European and international focus, providing students with an education that will enhance their mobility in pursuing global careers.

About the event:

We invite you to meet the School of Law’s Postgraduate Directors and discover how to join this outstanding scholarly community and enhance your legal career by completing one of their five Masters degrees.

  • LL.M
  • LL.M (International and European Business Law)
  • LL.M (International and Comparative Law)
  • LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law)
  • MSc Law and Finance


  • Introduction from Global Relations - Damien Farrell/Antonio De Linares
  • Introduction to School of Law - Professor Desmond Ryan, Director of LLM Programmes
  • LL.M programmes - Professor Desmond Ryan, Director of LLM Programmes
  • MSc Law and Finance – Professor Felix Mezzanotte, Director of MSc Law and Finance Programme
  • The Student Experience
  • Q & A

Speaker Panel:

Professor Desmond Ryan LL.B. (Dubl.), B.C.L., M.A. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Dubl.), Barrister-at-Law, F.T.C.D. is an Associate Professor and Director of the LL.M Programmes in the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin. His principal areas of research interest are in Employment Law and Tort Law, with a particular emphasis on the contract of employment, vicarious liability and dismissal law. He is interested in all aspects of the law of obligations and is a convenor of the Private Law Group. During the 2016-2017 academic year, Dr Ryan was a Visiting Fellow at Exeter College Oxford. He has published widely in journals including The Cambridge Law Journal, the Civil Justice Quarterly, Legal Studies, The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, the Dublin University Law Journal, the Irish Employment Law Journal and the Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly.

Professor Felix Mezzanotte is the co-Director of the MSc Programme in Law and Finance. At Trinity he teaches modules in financial services law, legal aspects of sustainable finance and insolvency law. His research has addressed legal problems in the areas of investor protection, EU sustainable finance, corporate law and governance, and competition law in the EU, Hong Kong and China. Felix’s work has been published in highly regarded law journals including the Capital Markets Law Journal, European Law Journal, Journal of Corporate Law Studies, Review of Banking & Financial Law, and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, among others. Prior to Trinity, Félix taught law at the Faculty of Business of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University for almost a decade, and he was awarded the 'Faculty of Business Award for Outstanding Teaching'. He also worked as policy advisor for the World Bank in Washington DC, and as a researcher at the Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia, Norwich (UK). As visiting scholar, he completed research projects at Columbia Law School (Columbia Centre for Sustainable Investment), Melbourne Law School, and Koguan Law School in China. Félix earned his undergraduate law degree in Buenos Aires, and graduate degrees in the United Kingdom at the University of East Anglia, SOAS, and the University of Warwick.

Kelley McCabe is the Postgraduate Administrative Officer at the School of Law. She manages the administrative processes relating to the School of Law’s Postgraduate Taught (LL.M, MSc Law and Finance) and Postgraduate Research (Ph.D/M.Litt) programmes, from the admission stage to graduation. She will be available to assist with any queries you may have during the Q & A session.

To register, please visit the event page: here

More information relating to our Postgraduate programmes can be found: here