If you are not familiar with what we do, LawEd is a multi-award-winning law workshop provider. We are one of the premier providers of transition year and leaving certificate applied law workshops having worked now with over 70,000 students across 110 secondary schools nationwide.
Over the years, we have designed and perfected our law courses, workshops and eLearning facilities to provide the very best for secondary school students around Ireland. The law is something that follows every aspect of a person’s life, from the minute you leave the house to the moment you go to sleep at night – the law is everywhere!
We provide numerous workshops and courses that each target different elements of the law, while maintaining a fun and creative environment that enable students to engage and interact while learning. We have also included the most up to date knowledge there is regarding current legal affairs, from Coco’s Law to crime in the online world.
Our services are especially beneficial to those wishing to pursue a career in the legal sector as we deliver a break down analysis of what exactly is expected of third level law students and the opportunities that can arise as a result of a law degree.
For more information, I have inserted our brochures for TY, LCA, Junior Cycle and Further Education courses and workshops, but of course if you have any other inquiries do not hesitate to get in touch with me [email protected] and I will do all I can to help!
Click the link for brochures - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1aVKNDy22Rn9eOsuJr9hFpF6ihUD_7bXW?usp=sharing
Also find attached a link to our website, which will bring you directly to our most recent blog post. We release a blog post every fortnight to raise awareness about burning issues in today’s society which we feel are important for students, teachers and parents to know about. This blog focuses on trolling, and how the online world has become a popular hub for criminal offenders.
Click the link for the blog - https://www.lawed.ie/trolling-we-cant-hack-it/
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