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My experience at UL so far

By David Roche, BA in Criminal Justice, University of Limerick This blog post is aimed at exploring a wide variety of tips and tricks to help survive college life here at the University of Limerick. As a second-year student I have an adequate but limited idea of what it takes to survive and excel in University.… Continue reading My experience at UL so far

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Summer School Visit to Henry Street Garda Station

Students on the Terrorism, Crime & Justice Summer School at the School of Law visited Henry Street Garda station in Limerick city last Friday. The students are undertaking an intensive three-week programme on criminal justice, human rights and terrorism, where they learn about stop and search, arrest, the rights of the accused and the criminal justice… Continue reading Summer School Visit to Henry Street Garda Station

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Choosing Arts subjects

By Cassandra Murphy An arts degree can be a scary thing. Your options are endless and every class looks as tempting as the next.  You go in knowing exactly what you want from your degree and come out after the four years with a completely different outlook. For me, all of the above is true… Continue reading Choosing Arts subjects

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A Lot is Happening in European Criminal Justice – But Not in Ireland…

This article was originally published on the School of Law blog https://criminaljusticeinireland.wordpress.com.  Dr Andrea Ryan, Director, Centre for Crime Justice and Victim Studies, School of Law, UL // original post Introduction There have been many developments in the field of European Criminal Justice, but it is not a much-discussed topic in Ireland. The European Arrest Warrant, which… Continue reading A Lot is Happening in European Criminal Justice – But Not in Ireland…