University College Dublin
The Dublin program classroom and housing are located on the Belfield campus of University College Dublin (UCD), a 15 minute bus ride (4 km) from city centre. UCD is home to over 16,000 students during the regular academic year and has all the facilities you would expect at a major university, including a student union, small convenience stores, several eating places, sports facilities, a library, computer labs, and laundry facilities.
Dublin summer classes are held on the UCD campus in the new Sutherland School of Law building, which opened in 2013. The law school building is conveniently located a few minutes' walk from the Glenomena dorms, where the program housing is located. The Sutherland School of Law building provides open, well-lit spaces for study and collaboration. Wifi is available in the classrooms and throughout the building.
The University is proud of its 150 year history and of its most famous graduate, James Joyce, who completed his B.A. in 1902. Five of Ireland's Taoisigh (Prime Ministers) are UCD graduates. UCD School of Law is the largest in Ireland, with over 1,000 students in its undergraduate and LL.M. programs.
Learn more about UCD at http://www.ucd.ie.