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Housing Law and Policy Students Graduate from School of Law

Photographed with their certificates of completion are Lorraine Heffernan, Anne Cronin and Collette Collins, along with Professor Shane Kilcommins and Dr Kathryn O’Sullivan (UL) and Caroline Keane and Roz Palmer (Community Law & Mediation)

On Thursday 25th January, 2018 the School of Law was delighted to welcome back some of its students who undertook its Housing Law and Policy online programme in Autumn/Winter 2017.

In a combined initiative between the School of Law, UL and Community Law and Mediation, the programme addressed a range of legal and policy issues in the area of housing.


The programme, which was worth 6 ECTS credits and received a full complement of CPD points from the Law Society of Ireland, was co-taught by Dr Kathryn O’Sullivan (UL) and Ms Caroline Keane (Solicitor with Community Law and Mediation). Students who graduated from the programme included representatives from Novas, the Peter McVerry Trust, Citizens Information Centres, MABs, the Dublin Tenants Association as well as legal practitioners interested in the area.

The programme will be delivered again in Autumn/Winter 2018 with the online application process opening shortly at

For any queries in relation to the programme, please contact Dr Kathryn O’Sullivan at

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