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The CAO Change of Mind deadline for this year is July 1st and here at Griffith Law we want to help.

The Leaving Certificate is a very nerve wrecking time for students, staff and parents alike. Students have been studying all year for a set of exams where they hope the questions they have studied will come up.

As we all know, sometimes on the day, a question comes up that can throw us off and then the ultimate panic sets in for the student. Even though things may not always go according to plan, the good news is that new choices can always be made.

At Griffith College, the Griffith Law Faculty wants to help students and parents by showing them the variety of high quality options they have when it comes to their choices on the CAO and just because they put one course down in January, this does not mean they have to stick to this in June.

We are holding a Change of Mind Open Evening on Wednesday June 26th at 6.30pm for all students who have an interest in studying within the legal sector.

On the night we will have the following:

  • Head of the Griffith Law Faculty, Karen Sutton, explaining what Griffith can offer students who wish to study Law and the Level 6 Certificate in Legal Studies programme
  • Programme Director John Eardly, explaining the LLB Level 8 Honours Degree
  • Admissions Officer Rachel McSweeney, explaining the CAO process and what options students have

There will also be complimentary refreshments on the evening and campus tours.

To register for the open evening please click the button below.


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