Trinity College Dublin (TCD) School of Law

House 39, New Square
Dublin, 2

LL.M. Masters in Laws facts

  • Duration 12 months

  • Intakes September

  • Minimum TOEFL 90

  • Minimum IELTS 6.5

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The Program

-Master of Laws (LL.M.)
-Master of Laws (LL.M.) International and Comparative Law
-Master of Laws (LL.M.) International and European Business Law
-Master of Laws (LL.M.) Intellectual Property  and Information Technology Law

The School of Law currently offers four taught Master in Laws (LL.M.) Degrees that boast an enormous variety of modules - enough to ensure that all students have their needs and interests catered for by our gifted academics and expert practitioners. Our flagship LL.M. course is the general LL.M., but some of you may wish to focus and streamline your studies through our LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, our LL.M. in International and European Business Law or our LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law. These are briefly discussed below, but the general message is that whether you wish to learn about the world of banking and financial services law, law and bioethics, EU aviation law or Digital Technologies and Privacy Law, Islamic law, African Human Rights law or the legal system of China  (and anything in between!) you will find it on our LLM programmes

The LLM programme welcomes graduates from many different countries, thereby offering students the chance to study in an intellectually rigorous and culturally diverse environment. It is the perfect programme for students who do not wish to be overly specialised in their postgraduate studies and who wish to broaden their knowledge base and to enhance their legal qualifications.

To see the vast list of modules available to LLM students, please visit

Our flagship LL.M programme offers students the opportunity for postgraduate study where they can select modules from a substantial list of modules covering the disparate branches of law. Students can focus on public law or private law modules or may take a selection of both. A student might thus decide to learn about Information Technology Law, Financial Services Law, Aviation Law or International Arbitration while at the same time availing of the opportunity to study Islamic Law, the Chinese Legal System, Corporate Governance or International Humanitarian Law.

LL.M (International and Comparative Law)
With the increased globalisation of the last twenty years and, even earlier, with the rise to prominence of the international human rights movement, there has been a huge impetus for students of all nationalities towards studying areas of law with a broad international and comparative focus. In the LL.M. (International and Comparative Law) we offer students the chance to study from a large range of modules with a broad international and comparative law feel - many of which relate, unsurprisingly to international and regional human rights.  

LL.M (International and European Business Law)
This course is designed for graduates who wish to specialize in business law with a view to pursuing their research interests in this field or in preparing to work in busy international commercial firms or legal practice. Students choose from a large list of modules designed to deepen their knowledge of the laws surrounding corporate law, international trade law, international dispute resolution, international business tax law and more. Students on this LL.M. programme gain invaluable specialist knowledge.

Master of Laws (LL.M.) International and European Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property and Information Technology have become a significant and growing area of law at both a European and an International level. With this in mind, the Law School recently introduced a new LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology law. Students on this programme will be able to choose electives from a large range of modules related to Intellectual Property law and Technology law. These modules cover both the substantive and practical elements of Intellectual Property and Information Technology law within a European and International context. Students will also complete a dissertation on a topic approved by the course director and related to Intellectual Property and/or Information Technology law. This masters programme, popular with both EU and non-EU students, provides graduates with a knowledge base and a range of core tools to use in their future research or in their practice as intellectual property and information technology lawyers.

Master in Letters (M.Litt) and Doctor in Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The School of Law also provides for students attracted to in depth research and writing with our two research degree programmes

Our expert staff provide academic support to those interested in undertaking independent research while our postgraduate workshop series provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of work in progress from different areas of law.

The University

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Founded in 1592, Trinity College, the single constituent college of the University of Dublin, is the oldest university in Ireland and one of the oldest universities of Europe. QS World University Ranking 2016 saw Trinity College Dublin rank as Ireland's No.1 University and 98th in the World.  Times Higher Education World University Ranking, 2016 also ranked Trinity  41st in the World in terms of International Outlook.

Located in the heart of Dublin City and one of Ireland major tourist attractions, it contains many historical buildings alongside many state-of-the-art libraries, lecture theatres, laboratories, IT facilities and recreational facilities.

Trinity prides itself on its tradition of personal contact between staff and students, encouraged by its collegiate atmosphere. Its seventeen thousand staff and students form a compact academic community, with several hundred students and a number of staff living on campus.

The University Library is one of the largest in Europe, with extensive collections, electronic books and core academic journals available online. Postgraduate students can also enjoy exclusive 24 hour access to the 1937 Postgraduate Reading Room.

Trinity College Dublin is the top Irish university for postgraduates, with some 5,300 students (32% of the total student body) on the postgraduate register. It is recognised internationally as Ireland's premier university and the only Irish university in the world top 100 universities.

The historic and picturesque squares in Trinity College were recently chosen by renowned Indian director Kabir Khan to film his latest Bollywood movie "Ek Tha Tiger" -

Trinity students and alumni share their Trinity experience stories, which helped shape their lives -

Comprehensive information for EU and Non-EU students who wish to study at Trinity College Dublin is available at

The Law School

Trinity College Dublin's School of Law founded in 1740, is Ireland's oldest and most internationally renowned Law School. We are a relatively small and very friendly school, with student welfare at the heart of our activities. We attract students of the highest calibre both nationally and internationally and currently have a student population of approximately 510 undergraduates and 170 postgraduate taught and research students and rank in the Top 100 QS World university Rankings by Subject (Law).

The School of Law is strongly committed to maintaining and further developing its reputation for rigorous legal scholarship and research, both in a national and international context and seeks to promote standards of academic excellence, and in particular, the ability to think analytically, among the student body. It is widely recognised as providing a liberal environment where independent thinking is encouraged and as promoting the ideals of social inclusion and equality. Together the Law School staff and students form a vibrant community inspired by the values of mutual respect and co-operation.

Our staff members are experts in their chosen field, involved in writing and editing leading textbooks, casebooks and commentaries on a vast number of different areas of law including disciplines with a strong International and Comparative law focus (such as International Human Rights Law, International Criminal law and Islamic law), to disciplines with a broad International and European Commercial law basis (including subjects such as Banking and Financial Services law, Corporate Governance and International Dispute Resolution) and to our specialised International and European Intellectual Property Law masters degree (such as Copyright, Patents, Trademark and Design Law and Licensing Access To Creative Works). In addition, the Law School is delighted to welcome various national and international legal experts as lecturers on the LLM programmes.

Former members of staff include former President, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and current Chancellor of Trinity College Dublin Mary Robinson, former President Mary McAleese, the late South African Minister for Education Professor Kader Asmal and the late Irish Minister for Finance, Mr Brian Lenihan.

The Law School is home to one of Ireland's leading legal periodicals, the Dublin University Law Journal and to the Trinity College Law Review published by the student members of the College's Law Society. The annual Law Student Colloquium, an international conference in which undergraduate and postgraduate law students present short papers on a wide variety of topics, is also run by students at the School of Law. In addition the law school runs a large number of top level legal conferences annually which postgraduate students are warmly invited to attend.

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Entry Requirements

General Admission Requirements

  • Applications are invited from well-qualified graduates who hold a very good Honors Bachelor degree in law or in a law-based interdisciplinary programme.
  • Applications will also be considered from exceptional graduates in related disciplines in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences who can convincingly demonstrate that their studies have fully prepared them for the LLM.
  • Assuming that this basic pre-requisite is in place, thereafter admission to the various LLM programmes is at the absolute discretion of the School of Law, which will decide on questions of admission having regard to a wide range of academic criteria, including the quality of the individual application and the objectives of ensuring a diverse LLM class of the highest possible academic calibre.
  • Admission requirements may vary from year to year.

  • English Language Requirements
    Students whose first language is not English and who have not been educated through the medium of English must present one of the following qualifications in the English Language:

    • IELTS: Grade 6.5
    • TOEFL: 90 - Internet based (with a written score of 21)
    • University of Cambridge:
      Proficiency Certificate, Grade C or better (CEFR Level C1 or C2)
      Advanced Certificate, Grade C or better (CEFR Level C1 or C2)
      First Certificate, Grade A (CEFR Level C1)
    • Pearson Test of English (Academic) - PTE Academic: a minimum score of 63 (with no section score below 59)

    Please note that test scores are only valid for 2 years

    Application Procedure

    The 2017-18 LL.M application process is now open.
    Applicants must complete an online application form and submit required supporting documentation by 31st May 2017.
    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

    Applicants must complete an online application form, pay the relevant application fee and upload the following supporting documentation:

    -Proof of Undergraduate Degree (Degree certificates and transcripts of results) and all other qualifications received to date
    - Two Academic References*
    - An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae.
    - Proof of English Language Certification (If necessary)
    - If you are applying as an EU Student, we require proof that you have been ordinarily resident in the EU for at least three of the last five years in order to consider you as an EU student for fee-paying purposes.

    Applications can be submitted via

    Further information is available at ;

    *When completing your application form, you will also be asked to supply email addresses for two academic referees. Trinity will send each referee an automated email containing the reference document and a link through which they upload the completed reference. You should contact your nominated referees before including their details to seek permission and request that they submit references in a timely fashion.

    Tuition and Fees

    LL.M Tuition Fees 2017-2018

    Course EU Total Fees* Non-EU Total Fees*
    LL.M 9,340 18,140
    LL.M (International & Comparative Law) 9,340 18,140
    LL.M (International & European Business Law 9,340 18,140
    LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law) 9,340


    *Fees listed do not include Sports Centre Charge (€120), USI Levy (€8) and Commencement/Graduation fee (€135)

    Further information available at

    • Fees listed are annual fees and are subject to change
    • College regulations permit the payment of EU tuition fees in 2 instalments.
    • New entrant Non-EU students must pay fees in full in advance of registration.
    • Regulations relating to the payment of fees are set out in the College Calendar and can be viewed at

    Financial Aid

    There are a number of scholarship opportunities for LL.M students at the School of Law.

    Please visit for conditions of application and application procedures.

    Constantina Maxwell Faculty Studentship 2017/18

    Students may apply to be considered for Constantia Maxwell Faculty Studentship for academic year 2017-18. The value of the studentship is a 5,000 euro contribution towards LL.M tuition fees (EU or Non-EU) in academic year 2016/17. It is generously funded by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Trinity College Dublin.

    This studentship seeks to acknowledge the quality of entrants to our taught LL.M programmes and the on-going contribution of LL.M students to our Law School and Faculty. It aims to support and develop gifted postgraduate students.

    Further information is available at


    Hyman Tarlo Scholarship in Law 2016/17 for Australian Students
    The Scholarship covers full LL.M Non-EU tuition fees in academic year 2016/17, payable directly by the Law School to Student Finance, and a stipend of AUS$10,000.
    Applications are assessed competitively with the sole criteria for the granting of the scholarship being the proven academic merit of the candidate.

    To be confirmed for 2017-18. Please see


    Irish Aid Casement Fellowship 2017/18

    The Roger Casement fellowship has been established by Irish Aid to honour the memory of the Irish human rights activist Roger Casement who spent some of his early working life in Calabar, Nigeria. The purpose of the Irish Aid Casement Fellowship Programme is to provide talented candidates with the opportunity to pursue advanced education and professional development in Ireland in order to contribute to the future development of Nigeria.

    Under the Casement fellowship, full financial support is provided for one successsful candidate from Nigeria to undertake a one-year masters level course of study in Human Rights in Ireland such as Trinity College's LL.M (International and Comapartive Law)degree.

    The Irish Aid Casement Fellowship Programme normally covers: return airfares, full tuition, stipends to cover accommodation and subsistence costs, health insurance and other allowances, in addition to the necessary entry arrangements such as medical examination and visa.

    Full eligibility criteria, conditions of application and applicaton procedures are available at

    The deadline for applications will be Friday 17 March 2017


    Kader Asmal Fellowship 2017/18
    Open to South African or Zimbabwean nationals
    This fellowship applies to Human Rights Law, specifically the LL.M (International and Comparative Law) at the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, with candidates to be selected by the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC). Canon Collins Trust, on behalf of the Government of Ireland, invites applications for the Kader Asmal Fellowship Programme via

    The Kader Asmal Fellowship will cover, amongst other costs, tuition fees, economy travel to and from your country of residence to Ireland, a monthly personal living allowance (stipend).

    Full details are available at
    The deadline for applications will be Tuesday 21 February 2017.


    Postgraduate Global Scholarship for Excellence 2017/18

    Students may apply to be considered for a Postgraduate Global Scholarship for Excellence 2017/18. Several scholarships valued at 5,000 euro each, applied as a reduction of the tuition fees of a full-time postgraduate taught program. It is open to all Non-EU postgraduate Students at Trinity College Dublin and is not specific to the School of Law. The scholarship will be assessed based on academic achievement, and evaluation of the applicants’ potential to contribute to the overall TCD community.

    For further information, please see


    Claddagh Scholarship Programme 2017/18 (China)

    Trinity College Dublin are delighted offer a number of scholarships for Chinese nationals under the Claddagh Scholarship Programme. Five scholarships valued at 5,000 euro each, applied as a reduction of the tuition fees of a full-time postgraduate taught program. These scholarships are offered throughout the University and are not specific to the School of Law.  The scholarship will be assessed based on academic achievement, and evaluation of the applicants’ potential to contribute to the overall TCD community

    Further information is available at


    "Dublin has become a more multicultural and cosmopolitan place in the past two decades but at its heart remains a tradition and culture that is all its own."

    Trinity College is located in the very heart of Dublin, the principal city of Ireland - a country located on the western edge of Europe with air links to all major cities worldwide. Small by present-day international standards and easily navigated, Dublin has nevertheless the resources of a capital city with a full and varied historical, cultural and intellectual life. Our National Museums and Galleries showcase our unique Celtic history while our smaller galleries showcase modern and contemporary art.

    Trinity College is located in the very heart of Dublin, the principal city of Ireland. Small by present-day international standards and easily navigated, Dublin has nevertheless the resources of a capital city with a full and varied historical, cultural and intellectual life. Our National Museums and Galleries showcase our unique Celtic history while our smaller galleries showcase modern and contemporary art. In the work of its writers, playwrights, actors and musicians, Dublin stands up well to comparison in quality and variety with any capital city in Europe. A hub for sporting activities, Dublin hosts sporting events in all major sports and caters for those with more obscure sporting interests.

    A variety of industries thrive in Dublin and students can benefit from studying at the centre of Irish political, administrative and commercial life. With many Irish and EU headquarters located in Dublin, students have access to many avenues upon completion of their studies at Trinity College.

    Dublin in the twenty first century is an exciting and progressive capital city with much for people to do and see. With one of the youngest populations in Europe, it is home to many Irish and global eateries, boutiques, shops and markets to suit every budget and taste and provides students with a pleasant environment to carry out their studies at Trinity College.


    The Accommodation Office at Trinity College offers support to those wishing to apply for College accommodation on campus or at the modern and comfortable Trinity Hall of Residence. Find out more about College accommodation and the on-line application facility at

    Many postgraduate students find accommodation in shared houses or self-catering flats and apartments in the city centre. Each September, the Accommodation Advisory Service also provides support to those seeking private accommodation. Advertisements also appear on the many noticeboards around College, especially in Front Arch and the Accommodation Office. These are generally looking for people to share accommodation with and if you do not know anyone in Dublin, may be a good option.

    Temporary housing of up to a maximum of two weeks can be arranged on the main campus in September, to allow international students time to search for long-term accommodation

    Student Life

    In addition to the vast array of activities available in Dublin's city centre, Trinity College provides a complete day-time environment, with a range of facilities - dining hall, cafeterias and bars, and a varied social life sustained by over 90 College societies and 50 TCD Sports Clubs. The newly built Science Gallery and Sports Centre, together with the Douglas Hyde Gallery, numerous school museums and the Samuel Beckett and Players Theatre provide students with many ways to spend time between lectures.

    The School of Law also encourages student interaction outside the classroom and organises numerous social events throughout the academic year, including LLM receptions, the Staff Student Walk, the Staff-Student cabaret. The Student Law Society also provides social and academic events such as high profile guest lectures, law debates and moot courts, the Law Ball and much more.

    Postgraduate students can also benefit from numerous support services provided by College, including but not limited to the Graduate Students Union, Careers Advisory Service, IT Services, the Centre for Academic Practice and eLearning (CAPSL), Student Health and Counseling Service, Disability Service, the College Day Nursery.

    Samuel Tyrer, LL.M (General) 

    2015/16 Hyman Tarlo scholarship recipient, Sam Tyrer, is a lawyer from Melbourne. Sam came to Trinity College Dublin's School of Law to develop knowledge in international law and human rights and, through the LL.M research dissertation component, to investigate alternatives to Australia’s current refugee policies. His research dissertation entitled “Australia and Southeast Asia: Regional cooperation for arrangements on refugees”, aspects of which he will present at a conference in July, did just that.

    "Postgraduate study at TCD has allowed me to take my academic skills to a whole new level, and in ways that were not necessarily possible in legal practice or at an undergraduate level. Along the way, I have been challenged by teachers and new friends from an array of other legal jurisdictions. Assumptions I did not even realise I had made about how a legal system should work have been explored, and for the better"

    Joshua Hovsha (International and Comparative Law) (2015-16)

    2015/16 Kader Asmal Fellow, Josh Hovsha, is a community organiser and educator with a passion for human rights, social justice and empowerment. Before embarking on his LL.M. at Trinity College Dublin, Josh worked with the Helen Suzman Foundation, an NGO dedicated to promoting liberal constitutional democracy in South Africa through public interest litigation, advocacy and education.

    Josh undertook LL.M modules such as International Arbitration, International Humanitarian Law, International Trade Law and Judicial Review and Human Rights to further his future career promoting human rights and social justice:

    "Studying International Law at Trinity College Dublin has given me the opportunity to engage with new and rewarding challenges together with passionate students and lecturers from diverse backgrounds. We share a creative learning environment, unlike any other that I have experienced."

    Ella Weld, LL.M. (International and European Business Law) (2015-16)

    I was part of the International and European Business Law L.L.M. The course was split into two thirds exam based subjects and a third of the allocate marks went to a dissertation project. The subject range that we were offered allowed me to focus my studies on specific areas of interest. For me, that meant undertaking modules that were relevant to international and European banking and tax law. The lecturers I encountered were practicing within the area that they were teaching which meant that our lectures touched on current issues that were relevant to our course and illustrated the topic we were working on, which gave us a contextual outlook.

    The dissertation enabled me to focus on International Tax law aspects of the digital economy, a particular area of interest to me. The course allowed me the freedom to research my topic of Interest throughout the year, while developing my knowledge of the area through lectures, although it was possible to write a dissertation that was not governed by course material.  Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my year doing the LL.M. and I would highly recommend the course.

    Francesca De Marchi LL.M. (International and Comparative Law) (2015-16)

    My year at Trinity College has been exciting and unique. Being part of its highly international community has been very stimulating: I met people from all over the world that, together with inspiring lecturers and a lively city, rewarded me with a 360 degrees learning experience

    Paweena Kosljitkul,  LL.M.

    This LL.M. course provides various interesting modules to choose from, some of them are available only at the Law School of Trinity College Dublin. This course gave me the great academic experiences and great friendships. I very much enjoyed my year in Dublin and the atmosphere of the College. I would have regretted it if I had not been a part of this LL.M. and Trinity College Dublin.

    Dr. Mary J. Sharriff, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba

    Studying at Trinity College Dublin's Law School has not only been a unique experience - it has been a rewarding experience. The LL.M. courses were current, topical and taught by major authorities in the field. Obtaining my LL.M. degree from Trinity College gave me the educational and experiential edge to compete for and secure an academic position in a Canadian Law faculty. As a tenured professor I completed my Ph.D. at Trinity College Dublin. I would like to thank Trinity College Law and its enthusiastic and supportive faculty and staff for providing me with the resources and opportunities to excel professionally.

    Summer Program

    Centre for English Language Learning and Teaching at Trinity College Dublin provides English Language Learning Support for prospective and accepted students of Trinity College who are not native-speakers of English.

    Summer English for Academic Purposes
    The Summer English for Academic Purposes modules are twelve, eight or four-week intensive courses that run throughout June, July, and August, and focus on the development of spoken and written academic English. Classes take place for four hours daily, 20 hours per week. These courses are available for any student, who wants to improve their academic English skills. Students can choose two of the following study options: academic english skills modules, content-based modules, or IELTS preparation modules.

    Pre-sessional intensive English module - The pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes Modules are eight or four-week intensive courses that run before the start of the Michaelmas term, and focus on the development of spoken and written academic English. Classes take place for four hours daily, 20 hours per week. These courses are available for accepted Trinity College students, who want to improve their academic English skills.

    In-sessional English module - This module runs throughout the academic year. Classes are free of charge for registered postgraduate students , upon nomination from the LLM Course Director.

    Legal English Module - The Law School offers a module on Legal English to registered international postgraduate students throughout the academic year

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