Honourable Society of King’s Inns Entrance Examination Preparatory Course


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Independent Colleges’ King’s Inns Entrance Examination preparatory course is delivered annually in Dublin and online. This course, which boasts an exceptional lecturing team and the most up-to-date study manuals, has been specifically designed in order to maximise the likelihood of excelling in the Kings Inns Exams.

The King’s Inns’ Barrister-at-Law degree has been revised to incorporate a new vocational approach. The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire and develop the skills, knowledge and values needed to become an effective member of the Bar. It is a practical, interactive course which bridges the gap between the academic study of law and the practice of law.

All course materials have been fully updated to reflect recent key developments in the law.

On successful completion of the degree course, students are conferred with the degree of Barrister-at-Law. Only holders of the degree may be called to the Bar by the Chief Justice and admitted to practice in the Courts of Ireland as a member of the Bar of Ireland (elements extracted from the Honorable Society of King’s Inns’ website).

Course Start Date

5th June 2018

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Syllabus

Assessment Details

All applicants who are eligible for entry to the Barrister-of-Law degree course will be required to sit an entrance examination in five subjects. The subjects for the 2018 entrance examination are as follows:

KING’S INNS 2018

SUBJECT LECTURER
CRIMINAL AISLINN O’DONNELL
EVIDENCE AOIFE BEIRNE
CONTRACT ANASTASIA WARD
TORT NIAMH O’SULLIVAN
CONSTITUTIONAL NADIA BATIA

 

King’s Inn Examination Preparatory Course 2018*
         
      6 to 8pm 8.15 to 10.15pm
  WEEK 1 MONDAY  BANK HOLIDAY BANK HOLIDAY
    TUESDAY CRIMINAL
    WEDNESDAY CONSTITUTIONAL CONTRACT
    THURSDAY TORT TORT
     FRIDAY  EVIDENCE EVIDENCE
         
  WEEK 2 MONDAY TORT TORT
    TUESDAY CONSTITUTIONAL
    WEDNESDAY EVIDENCE CRIMINAL
    THURSDAY CONTRACT CONTRACT
         
  WEEK 3 MONDAY CRIMINAL CRIMINAL
    TUESDAY CONSTITUTIONAL TORT
    WEDNESDAY EVIDENCE EVIDENCE
    THURSDAY CONTRACT CONTRACT
         
  WEEK 4 MONDAY TORT TORT
    TUESDAY CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL
    WEDNESDAY CRIMINAL CONTRACT
    THURSDAY EVIDENCE EVIDENCE
         
  WEEK 5 MONDAY TORT TORT
    TUESDAY CONSTITUTIONAL
    WEDNESDAY CRIMINAL CRIMINAL
    THURSDAY EVIDENCE EVIDENCE
         
  WEEK 6 MONDAY CRIMINAL CONTRACT
    TUESDAY TORT
    WEDNESDAY EVIDENCE EVIDENCE
     THURSDAY CONSTITUTIONAL  CONSTITUTIONAL
         
  WEEK 7 MONDAY CONTRACT CONTRACT
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY CRIMINAL CRIMINAL
    THURSDAY CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL
         
  WEEK 8 MONDAY TORT CONTRACT
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY CRIMINAL CRIMINAL
     THURSDAY  CONSTITUTIONAL EVIDENCE
         
  WEEK 9 MONDAY  CONSTITUTIONAL  TORT
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY CONTRACT CONTRACT

*This timetable is provisional and subject to change.

Applicants should complete the application form and send the form with payment to: Course Admissions, The Professional Law School, Independent Colleges, The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1.

€395 per subject or €1,800 for tuition in all five subjects

The fee is €395 per subject (live course) or €375 (online only). For this fee each student is provided with the following:

  • 15 two-hour lectures (including exam tutorial)
  • Fully updated 2016 course manual
  • Each lecture recorded and available online for multiple viewing
  • Copies of Past Examination Papers
  • Examination Question Facility – tutors correct submitted questions
  • Tutor Advice/Support
  • Access to College Library
  • Access to College Study Facilities
  • Access to Online Library Legal Resources

Our Honorable Society of King’s Inns manuals contain the most up-to-date and course-specific information available to students. Each manual is laid out in a student-friendly style, incorporating an elaborate case index, and a special King’s Inns Entrance Examination exam tips section. Our lecturers have a unique insight into how best to prepare students for these examinations.

Throughout the course teaching and learning focuses on what happens in practice.

Students participate actively in all classes and have numerous opportunities to practice and receive feedback in skills classes.

Online Recorded Lectures

Live lectures are delivered each week from our campus at The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1. These lectures are also recorded and made available via our virtual learning platform Moodle. If a student misses class from time to time and needs to catch up, access can be made remotely from any PC, laptop or most hand held devices. Lectures may be viewed multiple times.

Online or Contact Admissions Office

The Admissions Office:
Phone:+353 1 877 3900
E-mail: admissions@independentcolleges.ie

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